Scenarios 4 summits B.V.

S4S develops and executes highly engaging live events; our expert team works in partnership with clients and organisers, guiding them through our Objective Based Event Preparation Process of creating a truly unique experience.

At the top end, we offer a complete service for the planning, production and execution of large, high-profile scenario-based events which are supported by our produced films. We can also deliver event design advice and event support in isolation.

The Hague based Scenarios4Summits successfully introduced the Scenario Based Policy Discussion on the conference floor at the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit, that brought together fifty-three heads of state. Since then, Scenarios4Summits has developed and filmed scenarios for high-level national and international events around the world. We take things even further by offering virtual reality experiences that allow event-goers to be fully immersed in a realistic simulation environment.
A Scenario Based Discussion not only triggers debate, but also deepens it, as it offers attendees the ability to experience first hand what really is at stake.

 

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Events

17/01/2019
Reinforcing Cyber Security in the EU: Building Coordinated Security, Confidence and Capability in the Cyber Domain

With 315 million Europeans using the internet each day, the provision of critical services and the functioning of a modern economy are now entirely dependent upon the robustness and safety of cyberspace and its infrastructure. Cyber security attacks are a growing source of threat and concern, while also representing a growing economic opportunity for Europe, with the market predicted to be worth over $100 Billion by 2018 (European Commission). Moreover, cyber attacks in the EU are constantly growing in both their frequency (quintuplicate between 2013 and 2017) and sophistication.