[NCSC-NL] One Conference 2020 cancelled

After intensive consultation with all partners involved, we have decided to cancel the upcoming edition of the One Conference, which was scheduled on 29 and 30 September of this year. This cancellation was made in anticipation of the current prohibition of organizing events until 1 September in response to the current corona situation. We are currently exploring alternative ways to exchange knowledge and stay in contact with the existing network. More information about these options will be announced shortly. More information and updates you can find on the website of the One Conference.

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