Final program ISGA2016 Opening Conference now available
9-10 November 2016 the ISGA2016 Opening Conference in The Hague will address a range of security related issues such as terrorism, cyber security and civil wars.
Facing contemporary challenges like terrorism, cyber-attacks and hybrid warfare requires dialogue and collaboration. But who should take the lead, from what perspective and what is the added value of collaboration between private and public actors? Find answers to these and other questions during the International Conference ‘Who determines the security (research) agenda’ organized by the Institute of Security and Global Affairs (ISGA) of Leiden University on 9-10 November 2016 in The Hague, The Netherlands.
ISGA is glad to announce that several fascinating workshops and speakers have been added to the program. Listen for instance to the keynote lecture by Prof. David A. Baldwin from Princeton University on the relation between power and security, or attend one of the cybersecurity workshops where Michel van Leeuwen, head of the national cybersecurity department of the Netherlands, will talk about the future of cybersecurity and cyber governance.
Visit the conference website to find out more about the schedule and secure your seat now! As places are limited, please make sure to register for participation on time. Receive the latest news about the conference speakers, information visits and more in your email box by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for our conference newsletter. For questions, please contact one of our Conference Coordinators.