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THURSDAY 16th JUNE

9.00am-12.30am
Overview of European Horizon Europe Programmes

A deeper look at the current range of Horizon Europe Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience projects and research programmes across Europe that are designed to enhance understandings for adapting policies and adopting best practices.

Preparedness and Resilience Enforcement for Critical INfrastructure Cascading Cyberphysical Threats and effects with focus on district or regional protection (PRECINCT) – Konstantinos Loupos, Head of R&D Program, INLECOM Innovation

Security and resilience of EU Ground Segments of Space Systems (7SHIELD) – Ms Eftichia Georgiou, Research Associate, Center for Security Studies – KEMEA

APPRAISE – Vangelis Sdongos, Managing Director, ASTRIAL

The Smart Spaces Safety and Security for All Cities project (S4AllCities) – Nikolaos Lalazisis, Research Associate, KEMEA

PHOENIX – Mihai PAUN, Vice-President, Romanian Energy Cente*

PRAETORIAN – Frédéric Guyomard, Project Director and Coordinator*

IMPETUS – Smart City Protection – Joe Gorman, Project Coordinator, SINTEF Digital*

2.00pm-4.00pm
Lessons learned from the Pandemic and its affects on CI, Health, Transport and Financial sectors

The pandemic has certainly caused a lot of disruption to everyday lives, the economy and provided new challenges for our critical infrastructure to maintain continuous supply of services. Different sectors have managed in different ways, but have there been any outstanding successes. What can we learn from the events of the past 2 years and how can we be better prepared for the next pandemic to minimise impact on the critical infrastructure services, to which life and the economy are so reliant?

Redefining Critical Infrastructure – Lina Kolesnikova, Security Expert, Belgium

Advancing critical health infrastructure resilience thinking – insights from a literature study – Nathalie Sänger, Project Associate; Christine Heinzel, Student Assistant; Dr. Simone Sandholz, Academic Officer, Head of Programme, United Nations University – Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS)

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4.00pm – Conference close

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