7-8 Nov 2023 / The Hague

2023 Conference on International Cyber Security


The call for papers is now closed. Tickets to the conference are on sale now here, with early-bird tickets available until 15 September!


David Omand

Visiting Professor, Department of War Studies, King's College, London

The Hague Program on International Cyber Security

Ingvild Bode

Associate Professor of International Relations at Centre for War Studies, University of Southern Denmark

The Hague Program on International Cyber Security

Emily Goldman

Strategist at U.S. Cyber Command and a thought leader on cyber policy

The Hague Program on International Cyber Security

Registration / conference tickets

Interested to join us in The Hague? Conference tickets available here.

Tickets: €320 regular price (early bird rate until 15 September: €220); €165 for students/PhD candidates. Tickets can only be bought online via this page, offering various online payment options.

The registration fee includes admission to all plenary and parallel sessions, networking reception, conference dinner, lunches and coffee breaks on both days. Please note this year's conference is in-person participation only.

Please note that the deadline for registration is Sunday 29 October 2023!

(PhD) student discount rates

Please contact us with proof of your (PhD) student status at conference@thehagueprogram.nl after you have purchased the discounted (PhD) student rate. Without valid proof, we reserve the right to cancel your registration.


Cancellations must be done in writing and must be received by 29 October 2023 by email to conference@thehagueprogram.nl. Cancellations made before this deadline will be refunded minus an administration fee of €25. Cancellations received after this deadline or failure to attend the event without prior notice will not be refunded.

About the keynote speakers

Emily Goldman

Dr. Emily Goldman serves as a strategist at U.S. Cyber Command and a thought leader on cyber policy. She was cyber advisor to the Director of Policy Planning at the Department of State, 2018–19.From 2014 to 2018 she directed the U.S. Cyber Command / National Security Agency Combined Action Group, leading a team that wrote the 2018 U.S. Cyber Command vision, Achieve and Maintain Cyberspace Superiority. She has also worked as a strategic communications advisor for U.S. Central Command and for the Coordinator for Counterterrorism at the State Department. She was a Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Davis, for two decades and has published and lectured widely on strategy, cybersecurity, arms control, military history and innovation, and organizational change. Cyber Persistence Theory: Redefining National Security in Cyberspace, co-authored with Michael Fischerkeller and Richard Harknett, was released by Oxford University Press in May 2022.