The annual international cybersecurity conference "One Conference" will this year take place on Tuesday 28 and Wednesday 29 September 2021. The Dutch Government and the Municipality of The Hague invite researchers, companies and professionals to submit proposals for presentations. The conference aims to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and ideas within the international cyber security community. The conference programme offers topics of interest for a wide variety of participants, from (technical) specialists to decision-makers and researchers, from both the private and the public sector.
Researchers, companies and professionals are invited to submit proposals for presentations. Previously published or presented material is welcome if the information and message are still relevant to this audience. Presentations will ultimately be chosen based on relevance to the topics, the maturity of results and relevance to the audience. Deadline for submission: Sunday, 18 April 2021
Topics include but are not limited to:
- Technical: malware, exploits, monitoring and detection, red teaming, cryptography, ICS, IoT, threat intelligence, DDoS, (big) data analytics, machine learning
- Law enforcement: cybercrime, cross-border collaboration, forensics, dark web, victimology
- Research: fundamental research, applied research (completed and ongoing)
- Innovation: new ideas, future scenarios
- Governance: legal aspects, public-private partnerships, international cooperation, organizational maturity, coordinated vulnerability disclosure, responsibilities
- Other: human factor, case studies, best practices, education, economics, information sharing, incident handling
- Deadline for submission: Sunday 18 April 2021
- Presenter notification: During the week of 11 May 2021
- Conference: Tuesday 28 & Wednesday 29 September 2021
More information about important dates and how to submit your call, click here.
Given the uncertainty involved in organising large events, the One Conference team is keeping all scenarios open as to the format of the conference. They are considering a hybrid format that includes online streaming and on-site sessions with live studio audiences. More information on the format will be announced at a later date.