Call for Papers is OPEN – Deadline 30th September 2021
Due to the postponed CIPRE 2022 event, we are delighted to be able to offer new opportunities to speak at this premier conference, and will be accepting abstracts for consideration for inclusion in the programme.
If you are interested in speaking, you are invited to submit your abstract for consideration by the conference committee. Your presentation should not be overtly commercial in nature.
If you have any queries please contact us at email@example.com.
Conference Programme Topic Guidelines will include but not be limited to:
Critical Infrastructure Protection:
- Planning for Disaster – Risk Management and Resilience (including pandemics)
- Surveillance Systems – How Do We Manage Multiple Systems?
- Human Assets – Selection, Training, Motivation
- Flooding – Prevention is better than the cure, but we also need the cure!
- Securing Waterside and Maritime Infrastructure – Whether that’s Oil and Gas Refineries, LNG, Ports, Power Stations
- Ariel Assets – What’s the Future? – Fixed Wing, Rotor Craft, UAV’s, Satellites
- Perimeter Security – Do long perimeters mean weak security?
- Critical Communications
- Emerging and Future Threats, Identification and Management
- Security and Resilience in Design
- Modelling, Simulation and Metrics
- Standardisation for Improving CIP Solutions
- CNI Threat and Vulnerability Analysis
- The Human Factor – Operator Protection
- Energy Infrastructure Security
- Transport Infrastructure Security
- Telecomms Infrastructure Security
- International and National Agency Co-operation
- Emergency Preparedness and Response Coordination
- Identity Management & Access Control
- Information exchange and interoperability
Critical Information Infrastructure Protection:
- Cyber security aspects on critical infrastructures (e.g. energy, telcos, transport, banks, health)
- CIIP Policy
- Cyber security strategies
- Alerting systems and information exchange platforms for cross-border NIS cooperation
- Integrated situational awareness; Data collection, abstraction, visualisation
- Governance models, practices and escalation procedures for cyber crisis management
- International NIS cooperation for incident management and response
- Legal aspects of NIS cooperation and information sharing
- Industrial Control Systems / SCADA security / ICS-CERT
- Incident reporting
- Information sharing
- Public Private co-operation
- Critical applications security