Today’s modern economies and improving living standards rely more and more on the development and security of a country’s critical infrastructure. However, how would a country stand should there be an attack, from natural or man-made disasters, on its key infrastructure?
Great success at inaugural Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Europe
The two day conference “Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience Europe” at the Guoman Charing Cross Hotel in the Centre of London, mobilised a high level panel of around 30 international speakers from various fields and an attentive audience.
The programme covered the following topics:
- Emerging and Future Threats, Identification and Management
- Security and Resilience in Design
- Modelling, Simulation, Convergence and Standardisation for improving CIP Solutions
- Energy, Transport and Telecomms Infrastructure Security
- Cyber Threats, Detection and Security on Critical Infrastructure
- International and National Agency Co-operation
- Emergency Preparedness and Response Cooperation
The opening keynote presentations were delivered by Sir Gerald Howarth MP, Former Minister for International Security Strategy at the Ministry of Defence, UK and Dr. Nigel Brown, Lead for Resilient ICT Strategy, Cabinet Office, UK, who delivered insightful presentations from the political landscape to the practical realities of CIP in today’s challenging environment.
A high quality conference programme delivered a great discussion across a number of platforms and topic areas, to develop and assist the discussion on securing Europe’s critical infrastructure.
Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience Europe brought together leading stakeholders from industry, operators, agencies and governments to collaborate on securing Europe.
Securing Europe’s Critical Infrastructure