Practical information and registration

This is a physical conference in The Hague, the Netherlands – there will be no livestream or other online formats available. There are limited places available to attend.

Call for Talks

Hague TIX is currently accepting proposals for talks on disruptive and destructive cyber operations. Talks are 20 minutes long, followed by small group concurrent Q&A discussions. We are particularly interested in the following angles:

- Operations coordinated, conducted by, or linked to state actors
- Information operations  
- Operations with a geopolitical dimension that have received less attention than they deserve
- New data about known APT actors
- Cyber operations in the context of the war in Ukraine

Please note that Hague TIX is a fully in-person conference. We cover travel and accommodation for selected speakers. Speakers also pay no registration fee for the conference.

You can send your proposals or any questions you may have to (deadline: Sunday 2 April 2023).


Registration for early-bird tickets will open soon. More information to come.

Hague TIX Team

Monica Kaminska (The Hague Program on International Cyber Security/Leiden University)

Corianne Oosterbaan (The Hague Program on International Cyber Security/Leiden University)

Xander Bouwman (TU Delft)

2022 Edition

The 2022 The Hague Threat Intelligence Exchange (Hague TIX) took place on 20 June 2022 at the Tram Museum in The Hague, with keynotes by Hester Somsen and Inge Bryan, and a series of short talks by Daniel Moore, Saher Naumaan, Florian Egloff, Rhianna King, Jamie Collier, Hakan Tanriverdi, Winnona DeSombre, Alexander Martin, Eduardo Izycki, Ben Read, Sanaz Yashar, Juan Andrés Guerrero-Saade and an analyst from the Defence Intelligence and Security Service of the Netherlands (MIVD). Visit this link to check out the full program, list of speakers and a photo impression.

Contact us

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