25 - 30 August 2019

The Hague, The Netherlands

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ICSSS 2019

From 25 – 30 August 2019, the fifth edition of the International Cyber Security Summer School (#ICSSS19) took take place in the City of The Hague. ICSSS 2019 hosted a diverse multinational group of up to 60 students and PhD-candidates during a six-day programme that allowed participants to gain deeper knowledge and understanding of cyber security. During the Summer School, participants followed lectures and worked on challenging assignments provided by prominent international and domestic organisations.

ICSSS 2019 in Numbers

From the 25th - 30th August 2019, the fifth edition of the International Cyber Security Summer School (#ICSSS2019) took place in The Hague. This edition was organised by The Hague Security Delta (HSD), NATO C&I Agency, Europol, Leiden University, EY, Dutch Innovation Factory, The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies and other contributing partners. Having such a wide range of organisers enabled the summer school to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and access to talent in order to enhance our digital security.

Challenging Assignments

To introduce the participants into the week and each other, EIT Digital provided an icebreaker event and Euroclear a "cyber security serious game" on Sunday. Throughout the duration of the six days there were other content driven challenges which tested the participants and additionally broadened their horizons of understanding on cybersecurity.

Cyber Crime vs. Cyber Security

EC3 campaign aimed at raising awareness of the consequences youngsters could face if they become involved in cybercrime.

ICSSS: Future Generations

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"The ICSSS is a unique multidisciplinary week of learning and doing cyber security, offering the participants a memorable experience."
Drs. Els de Busser
Asst. Professor Cyber Security Governance at the Institute of Security and Social Affairs