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Critical Infrastructure Protection Review Spring 2018

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ITALY’S CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION
STATE-OF-THE ART, DATA AND THE REFORM DEBATE. AN OVERVIEW
By Luisa Franchina, Laura Teodonno and Giulia Lodi

UK AVIATION SECURITY – DIRECT AND INSPECT TO OWN AND ASSURE
By Peter Drissell, Director Aviation Security, Civil Aviation Authority

HUMAN COMPONENTS OF CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION
By Zsuzsanna Balogh, PhD.

INDIA’s NUCLEAR SECURITY PREPAREDNESS
By Colonel H R Naidu Gade – Indian Army Veteran

BRAZILIAN CYBERSECURITY – THE CHALLENGE AMONG TECHNOLOGY, PROCESSES, PEOPLE AND ENVIRONMENT
By Rogério Winter, Rodrigo Ruiz, Alexandre Costa, Bruna Martins, CTI – Renato Archer

NIS DIRECTIVE AND ITALIAN PERSPECTIVE
By Luisa Franchina, Ph.D. in Electronic Engineering, Consultant in risk management and cyber security


Critical Infrastructure Protection Review Autumn 2017

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SYSTEM TRANSFORMATION: THE ANALYSIS OF SMART SYSTEMS IN THE INTEGRATIVE CONTEXT OF RISK, RESILIENCE, AND SUSTAINABILITY
By Merja Hoppe and Ralf Mock, Institute of Sustainable Development, Zurich University of Applied Sciences

ENHANCEMENT OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS WITHIN CRITICAL
INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION PROGRAMS
By Pepijn Vos, researcher and consultant at TNO,

Brian Tjemkes, associate professor of Strategy and Organization at VU University Amsterdam,
Marieke Klaver, researcher and project manager at TNO,
and Duane R. Verner, AICP, program manager within the Global Security Sciences Division at Argonne National Laboratory

RISK MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS CONTINUITY ASSESSMENT:
IMPORTANCE OF CONSIDERING LOGICAL INTERDEPENDENCIES
By Frédéric Petit, Research Scientist, Risk and Infrastructure Science Center, Global Security Sciences Division, Argonne National Laboratory; Computation Institute, University of Chicago

and Lawrence Paul Lewis, Technical Programs Attorney, Risk and Infrastructure Science Center, Global Security Sciences Division, Argonne National Laboratory; Lecturer, Threat and Response Management Program, University of Chicago

DO SMART TECHNOLOGIES IMPROVE RESILIENCE OF CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURES?
CHALLENGES, OPPORTUNITIES, PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS
By Aleksandar Jovanović, Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies & EU-VRi, Stuttgart, Germany

and Maike Vollmer, Fraunhofer Institute for Technological Trend Analysis – INT, Euskirchen, Germany

SECURITY CHALLENGES IN THE NHS
By Mike Lees MSc DipHEP CSyP FSyI FBCI, Head of Business Security, Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

INDIA’S CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION – FOR AN INTEGRATED NATIONAL PLAN
By Colonel H R Naidu Gade – Indian Army Veteran

DEVELOPING SMART CITY RESILIENCE THROUGH CRITICAL FACTORS ANALYSIS
By Victor R. Morris, civilian contractor and instructor at the U.S. Army Europe’s
Joint Multinational Readiness Center (JMRC) in Germany

CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS TO CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
By Louisa Marie Shakou, Research Associate, Centre for Risk, Safety and Environment,
European University of Cyprus

CYBERSECURITY, CYBER WEAPONS AND CYBER-ATTACKS: RESPONSIBILITY AND DIFFERENT REFLECTIONS ON THE SUBJECT
By Rogério Winter, Colonel, Brazilian Army

and Rodrigo Ruiz, researcher, CTI – Information Technology Center Renato Archer


Launch edition

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EDITION HIGHLIGHTS:

NATO’s POLICY ON CYBER DEFENCE – TODAY AND TOMORROW
By Dr. Jamie Shea, Deputy Assistant Secretary General, Emerging Security Challenges, NATO

MEETING A GLOBAL THREAT WITH A GLOBAL RESPONSE AVIATION’S COLLABORATIVE AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY ACTIONS ON CYBERSECURITY
By Raymond Benjamin, the Secretary General of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)

DEVELOPMENT OF CYBER THREATS AGAINST FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
By Troels Oerting, Group Chief Information Security Officer and
Elena Kvochko, Head of Global Information Security Strategy and Implementation, Barclays

CYBER THREATS TO NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS IN THE SECOND NUCLEAR AGE
By Jack Caravelli, visiting professor at the UK Defence Academy,
previously member of senior staff at the National Security Council (NSC), White House

CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION – PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICAL APPROACHES
By Pavel Manas, Head of the Department of Engineering Technology, University of Defence – Czech Republic and Zsuzsanna Balogh, Project Manager, NATO HQ SACT

“LAST CALL, CLOSING GATES… TO TERRORISM”; SOMETHING BETWEEN REALITIES
AND DREAMS ABOUT SAFE AIRPORTS
By Lieutenant Colonel Jose M Rufas, Head of the Defeat the Device Branch, C-IED Centre of Excellence

THE IED AS A HOMELAND SECURITY RISK FACTOR
By Ltc. Zsuzsanna Balogh, PhD., Project Manager, NATO HQ SACT