Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Europe


Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Europe 2018 would like to thank its sponsors and supporters:

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Torch Marketing is an integrated international b2b marketing and event organisers that offers a complete range of event, marketing and PR services.
KNM Media is a marketing and publishing company specialising in the defence, aerospace and security/law enforcement markets.


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Print The Hague, international city of peace and justice, is strategically situated in the western part of the Netherlands.

Supporting Organisations:


HSD logo150 The Hague Security Delta (HSD) is the largest security cluster in Europe. In this Dutch cluster -with a core in The Hague region- companies, governments, and research institutions work together on innovations and knowledge in the field of security. In this way they stimulate economic development and contribute to a secure world.
IACIPP logo130 The IACIPP is the international association of practitioners and professionals involved in the security and safety of critical infrastructure, both physical and information infrastructure.
The NS&RC is an elite group of international companies from Europe and the United States who work closely together to provide clever world class solutions in growth markets such as CBRNe, Global Threat Secure Travel, Crisis management and contingency planning, Specialist Design and Build, NS&R Training, Airport and Aviation Security, Cyber Security and data protection, Health Safety and Rescue.
The mission of ENCS is to improve the resilience of European critical infrastructures. We do so by bringing together the best R&D resources in Europe to address the needs of your business. Our initial objective is to raise the cyber security bar for the electricity supply.
ISIO – The International Trade Organization is a trade organization for the security industry. A “Trade Organization” is at the top of the heirachy of the industry, which endorses, security exhibitions, conferences, workshops,media, and the full spectrum of business structures.
ARCC logo 150 The objectives of the Association of Risk & Crisis Communication are the furthering of responsible and professional communication and its recognition as an important tool to reduce risks, prevent crisis and catastrophe scenarios or reduce the harm they cause.
The CSPF represents a recently-emerged and unprecedented, agile network of some 100-plus security associations operating across Canada, including some 67 associations in the National Capital Region alone. Initiated in 2011 in the National Capital Region, the CSPF operates with the purpose of enabling enhanced communication and collaborative opportunities amongst its networked associations.
ENTSO-E, the European Network of Transmission System Operators, represents 43 electricity transmission system operators (TSOs) from 36 countries across Europe. ENTSO-E was established and given legal mandates by the EU’s Third Legislative Package for the Internal Energy Market in 2009, which aims at further liberalising the gas and electricity markets in the EU.
 The vision of CORTE is to become the largest and most knowledgeable international platform dealing with road transport, safety and security acknowledged as such by European institutions as well as the United Nations. Permanently established in Brussels, it will act on its own initiative and autonomously from European institutions and other road transport stakeholders alike.
The main objective of CoESS is to represent and support the growth of an industry that delivers solutions of high quality and professionalism, focused on the selection and development of qualified staff and technology.

Media Partner:

WorldSecurity-index is the only global homeland security directory published in English, Arabic and Spanish on the web and in CD network format.
WSR logo150 World Security Report is a bi-monthly electronic, fully accessible e-news service distributed to 40,000 organisations globally. It tracks the full range of problems and threats faced by today’s governments, armed and security forces and civilian services and looks at how they are dealing with them. It aims to be a prime source of online information and analysis on security, counter-terrorism, international affairs, warfare and defence.

Media Supporters:

ASI-logo150 Aviation Security International (ASI) is the leading global journal of airline and airport security. For the past 20 years it has been the industry’s source of aviation security editorial and incident analysis, delivering independent incisive, must-read articles and opinion pieces, together with reviews of hijackings, acts of sabotage and unruly passenger behaviour via our Air Watch section. ASI has included interviews with politicians and hijackers, highlighted emerging technologies and has constructively challenged many of the industry responses to acts of terrorism.
Counter Terror Business is the premier magazine that is dedicated to looking at effective counter terrorism strategies as well as keeping everyone up to date with emerging threats, information from Central Government, defence organisations and the emergency services. Released quarterly it reaches key people within: Intelligence Services, Police, Home Offices, Ministries of Defence, Border Control, Customs, Aviation and Port authorities plus Local and Central Government departments. is the leading news property that publishes breaking news, analysis, and research about the global biometrics market.
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