The ONE Conference is organized by the National Cyber Security Centre, the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy and the The Hague Municipal Authority.

National Cyber Security Centre

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) works on a cyber secure Netherlands. The digital infrastructure is vitally important: to payment services, clean tap water and flood prevention.

NCSC understands the vulnerabilities and threats in the digital domain and identifies and clarifies risks and trends. NCSC connects parties, knowledge and information. As a government organisation, NCSC is the linchpin in a network of national and international partners. We prevent social damage and mitigate threats. We provide expert support and advice. Our investigations, analyses and products provide an immediate action framework. We are standby 24/7 in case of a crisis. Through collaboration, we add value in all of these areas. By being reliable and effective, we are facilitating the digital resilience of the Netherlands step by step. Together, we are making the Netherlands more cyber secure.

Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy (EZK)​

The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy (EZK) promotes the Netherlands as a country of enterprise with a strong international competitive position and an eye for sustainability.
It is committed to creating an excellent entrepreneurial business climate, by creating the right conditions and giving entrepreneurs room to innovate and grow. By paying attention to nature and the living environment. By encouraging cooperation between research institutes and businesses. By being a safe place to do business as through our focus on cybersecurity. This is how we enhance our leading positions in digitization, industry, services, agriculture and energy and invest in a powerful, sustainable country.

The Hague; International City of Peace and Justice

The city of the Hague is the third-largest city in the Netherlands and as the International City of Peace. Justice and Security, it plays host to a large number of international tribunals, including the International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Court, as well as hundreds of international organisations, European agencies such as Europol and Eurojust, and NGOs. In The Hague tens of thousands of people are working every day to build a more peaceful and just world. There is an increasing focus on using new technologies to help accelerate peace, justice and security worldwide.
As the city has a long-standing tradition of protecting the rule of law, organisations and businesses in The Hague are also working on ethical and legal challenges surrounding the internet, big data analytics, artificial intelligence and robotics. Solutions embrace the digital revolution in order to put peace, justice and security on a fast track. The Hague is working to keep the world safe from cyber threats and is ensuring that human rights do not end when people go online. With this, The Hague’s unique position as an international centre of decision-making and influence has propelled it to earn its reputation as the International City of Peace and Justice. Doing good and doing business forms the very heart and soul of The Hague’s economy.