2013-10-17 13:37:07 - The Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Europe conference programme with a great line up of international speakers discussing the hot issues and challenges facing Europe’s critical infrastructure security.
- Mr Olivier Luyckx, Head of Unit, Crisis Management and Terrorism, DG Home, European Commission
- Dr Nigel Brown, Lead for Resilient ICT Strategy, Cabinet Office, Civil Contingencies Secretariat, UK
- László Szücs, Programme Officer, Transnational Threats Department, Action against Terrorism Unit (ATU), Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
- Clive Bairsto, Global Head of Business Resilience and Continuity, National Grid, UK
- Dr. Evangelos Ouzounis, Head of Unit – Secure Infrastructure and Services, ENISA – European Network and Information Security Agency, Greece
- Troels Oerting, Assistant Director, Head of European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), Europol
- Peter Gattinesi, European Reference Network for Critical Infrastructure Protection (ERNCIP), Joint Research Centre, European Commission
- Mr Hans Das, Head of Unit DG ECHO, A5
Civil Protection Policy, European Commission
- Helena Lindberg, Director General, Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB)
- Annemarie Zielstra, Director International Relations, Cyber Resilience, TNO, Netherlands (former Director of the Centre for the Protection of Critical Infrastructure of the Netherlands)
- Annemarie Zielstra, Director International Relations, Cyber Resilience, TNO, Netherlands
- Bharat Thakrar, Head of Business Resilience Services, BT Global Security, UK
For full conference programme visit www.cipre-expo.com
The European Union is developing its policy on critical energy infrastructures in relation to the European Programme for Critical Infrastructure Protection (“EPCIP”) which considers measures that will enhance, where necessary, the level of protection of certain infrastructures against external threats.
The integrity of critical infrastructures and their reliable operation are vital for the well-being of the citizens and the functioning of the economy. The implementation of the EPCIP, under Council Directive 2008/114/EC on the identification and designation of European critical infrastructures and the need to improve their protection, has not been completely successful.
Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Europe will bring together leading stakeholders from industry, operators, agencies and governments to collaborate on securing Europe. The conference will look at developing existing national or international legal and technical frameworks, integrating good risk management, strategic planning and implementation.
For further details visit www.cipre-expo.com