CIPRE Part of CIP Week in Europe
The International Association of Critical Infrastructure Protection Professionals (IACIPP) has announced the launch of ‘Critical Infrastructure Protection Week’ in Europe as part of an initiative focused towards enhancing collaboration and cooperation amongst the industry.
The first ‘Critical Infrastructure Protection Week’ will take place in Madrid Spain and will see IACIPP host the ‘Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Europe’ conference and exhibition and ‘EU-CIP Horizon Project’ conference as the first two events as part of the initiative. Additional events are expected to be announced as part of the CIP Week in due course.Download Full Announcement
Call for Papers Open - deadline 31st March
The CIPRE Conference Committee are currently accepting abstracts for consideration for inclusion in the 2024 conference agenda.
If you are interested in speaking at CIPRE 2024, and have an interesting topic to talk about, that would be of interest to the infrastructure security industry and wish to share your experience and knowledge submit your abstract for consideration for inclusion in the 2024 agenda.
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About the Conference
Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience Europe brings together leading stakeholders from industry, operators, agencies and governments to collaborate on securing Europe. The conference will look at developing on the theme of previous events in helping to create better understanding of the issues and the threats, to help facilitate the work to develop frameworks, good risk […]Read More
Great reasons to attend CIPRE
Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience Europe gives you a great opportunity to meet key decision makers and influencers, share experiences, network with industry peers and discover the latest technologies and solutions for securing your assets.Call for Papers - submit your abstract
Are you up to date on the CER and NIS2 Directives and what they mean to you and your organisation?Attacks on critical infrastructure sites are now a fact of life not simply a potential threat. Power stations, chemical plants, nuclear facilities are routinely targeted by cyber-attacks, the most successful so far being the Ukraine power outage that caused 225,000 customers to lose electricity. Last year an activist landed a UAV carrying small traces of radiation on the roof of the Japanese Premier’s office and this year a UAV collided with a aircraft at London’s Heathrow airport. And of course the terrible attacks on the metro and airport in Brussels. This is just the start of what we can expect to be the repeated targeting of our critical infrastructure. The potential effects not only in terms of loss of life but also in terms of damage to infrastructure, economic disruption and costs, can be enormous.Why you should attend CIPRE
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CIPRE 2024 delivered an excellent conference programme and discussion in Prague. A great line up of international experts speakers shared their views and experiences to update the latest challenges and issues for CI operators and agencies.Download 2024 Prospectus
In the heart of the beautiful city of Madrid, Spain is ideally located for hosting the 2024 CIPRE conference.