Operational Planning in CI

Only by properly recognising and measuring day to day as well as long term risks, are we able to properly implement the sophisticated measures necessary to mitigate risk and build resilience. That could mean anything from plotting climate change to make sure that critical infrastructure is built in a safe location for many years into the future, to ensuring communications satellites are hardened against cyber attacks. How do we better plan for the unknown?

Behavioural Detection and High Footfall Screening – Andrew Palmer, Border Security Manager, Gatwick Airport

Systemic vulnerability analysis of the main Italian road network – Fabio Borghetti Politecnico di Milano

RESISTO: improving the resilience of a telecommunication infrastructure – Alberto Neri, RESISTO Project Leonardo Technical Coordinator – Cyber Security Division, Leonardo

A cost model for the implementation of security standards in electricity critical infrastructures – Dr Ugo Finardi, Researcher, CNR-IRCrES National Research Council of Italy, Research Institute on Sustainable Economic Growth

Critical Infrastructure and the Threat of Organized Crime – Stefano Betti, Independent Criminal Justice and Policy Expert, France

Architecture for a security and safety in critical infrastructures (CIs) analysis information system using GIS techniques integrated with all hazard approaches of critical infrastructure – Elli Pagourtzi, Researcher, Center for Security Studies (KEMEA), Greece

Latest Developments in the European Programme for Critical Infrastructure

– Ms. Katri Liekkila, Special Adviser, National Emergency Supply Agency, Finland
– Senior Representative, Romanian National Government
– European Country Representatives TBC

Growth in Interoperability Between Critical Infrastructure Sectors and Enhancing Cross Industry Resilience

It is the interoperability between independent critical national infrastructures that is the catalyst for multiple failures in the so called cascade effect. As more infrastructure becomes increasingly interdependent, how do we identify the weaknesses to enhance resilience across industries to prevent and/or mitigate the effects of a natural disaster or man-made attack?

A set of Good Practices and Recommendations for Smart City Resilience Engineering and Evaluation – Sandro Bologna, Board Member, Italian Association of Critical Infrastructures’ Experts (AIIC)

Simulating the resilience of key resource supply chains upon Critical Infrastructure disruptions: the case of Italian FMCG – Paolo Trucco Politecnico di Milano

Dynamic Resilience Evaluation of Interrelated Critical Infrastructure Subsystems – Martin Hromada, Senior Researcher/ Assoc. Prof, Tomas Bata University in Zlín, Faculty of Applied Informatics, Czech Republic

The Role of Converged Security in Protecting CNI against the Faceless Enemy – Aman Pannu, Vice President – Aerospace, Defence & Security, Frost & Sullivan

Measure for Improvement of Bridges Safety Management – Dana Procházkova, Professor critical infrastructure, risk management, Czech Technical University

Current Challenges and Future Landscape for the European Program on Critical Infrastructure Protection – Luca Boselli, Partner, KPMG Advisory, Italy

4.00pm – Conference close