The NSS Innovation Room was an initiative of the programme [secure] by innovation of the Dutch Ministry of Security and justice, the NCTV and the Municipality of The Hague, and was hosted by The Hague Security Delta. Several security partners involved with the organisation of the Nuclear Security Summit, including the Dutch National Police and the Dutch Ministry of Defence, have contributed to the exposition.
The NSS Innovation Room was hosted by the Campus of the Hague Security Delta (HSD), the largest security cluster in Europe. In this Dutch cluster companies, governments and research institutions work together on innovations and knowledge in the field of cyber security, national and urban security, protection of critical infrastructure, and forensics. They have a shared ambition: a secure world and economic development. The region of The Hague is the core of the cluster, where 400 security companies realise a total turnover of € 1.7 billion and employ 13,400 people. The HSD Campus opened in The Hague in February 2014, and serves as the national innovation center of the security cluster, with living labs and training facilities, as well as flexible office space and meeting rooms.