About the Review


Welcome to the Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Review website.

Today’s interdependent and interconnected world requires joint efforts and holistic approaches to protect critical infrastructure assets from the growing number of attacks and to address ever-evolving convergent threats to our economy, security and well-being.

Critical Infrastructure Protection Review is the go-to destination for the latest news, insights and expert knowledge, and designed to assist governments, public and private sectors in improving security and resilience of vital critical infrastructures, strengthening their preparedness to withstand and recover from the physical and cyber attacks.

With a subscriber base encompassing key decision makers and professionals from the defence, law enforcement, aerospace, transportation, energy, healthcare, banking, telecommunication and other critical sectors, we aim to enhance cooperation and provide an effective information-sharing platform and engage top-security leaders through news, articles and events.

Subscribe to the CIP Review newsletter


Top News


  • Airline Industry Applauds New EASA Health Guidelines

    May 21, 2020

    Global aviation groups roundly applauded the European Union Aviation Safety Agency’s new set of health guidelines for airlines and airports. The guidelines, issued late Wednesday, outline overlying principles of physical distancing, wearing medical face masks to protect other passengers, and practicing “scrupulous and frequent” hand hygiene. Separately, it noted that industry must assure air passengers and the ...

  • TSA prepared for summer travelers with updated security procedures

    May 21, 2020

    WASHINGTON – With the Memorial Day holiday weekend kicking off the start of summer, the Transportation Security Administration is preparing a very different travel season given the evolving COVID-19 pandemic. TSA has implemented changes to the security screening process that reduce the potential for cross-contamination at the security checkpoint in an effort to help prevent ...

  • Europe WILL be hit by a second wave of coronavirus because so few people on the continent have any immunity, warns EU’s boss on disease control

    May 21, 2020

    Europe will be hit by a second wave of coronavirus – it’s just a question of when and how big, according to the EU’s boss on disease control. Dr Andrea Ammon urged the continent to prepare for another crisis, which she said was inevitable because so few people will have developed COVID-19 immunity. Studies suggest less than 15 per ...

  • Coronavirus: Serco apologises for sharing contact tracers’ email addresses

    May 20, 2020

    Outsourcing firm Serco has apologised after accidentally sharing the email addresses of almost 300 contact tracers. The company is training staff to trace cases of Covid-19 for the UK government. It made the error when it emailed new trainees to tell them about training. Serco said it had apologised and would review its processes “to make sure that ...

  • UK: Terror suspects could face indefinite curbs under new legislation

    May 20, 2020

    Court orders restricting the movements of suspected terrorists could be renewed indefinitely under new legislation unveiled by the government. The bill would lower the standard of proof to impose the orders, known as TPims, and remove the current two-year limit that applies to them. Suspects would also have to register all electronic devices at their home address. Read ...

  • AusPost reported 300 cyber incidents this year, but nothing to cause major disruption

    May 19, 2020

    Australia Post has seen around 300 cyber incidents so far this year, but it said none were enough to cause the government-owned entity to suffer the same fate as the likes of Toll. Addressing the Joint Committee on Public Accounts and Audit on Tuesday, Australia Post chief information security officer Glenn Stuttard said from January 1 ...

  • Easyjet hacked: 9 million people’s data accessed plus 2,200 credit card details grabbed

    May 19, 2020

    Budget British airline Easyjet has been hacked, it has told the stock markets, admitting nine million people’s details were accessed and more than 2,000 customers’ credit card details stolen. Some information about the attack was released to the London Stock Exchange by the company, which claimed it had been targeted by “a highly sophisticated source”. Email addresses and “travel ...

  • Beer rating app reveals homes and identities of spies and military bods

    May 19, 2020

    A beer and pub-rating app built off the back of Foursquare’s location-tracking API poses a risk to the security of military and intelligence personnel, according to legendary OSINT website Bellingcat. Untappd ‘has over eight million mostly European and North American users, and its features allow researchers to uncover sensitive information about said users at military and ...

  • Face masks prompt London police to consider pause in rollout of facial recognition cameras

    May 18, 2020

    The rollout of facial recognition cameras in London is facing disruption as citizens are now using face coverings that could potentially incapacitate the technology. The United Kingdom has been a keen adopter of surveillance technology including facial recognition cameras in recent years, despite concerns that widespread spying erodes citizen rights to privacy. Last year, the Information Commissioner’s ...

  • UK: Man jailed for making hoax bomb threats across Fylde coast including Blackpool Tower

    May 17, 2020

    A man who made repeated hoax bomb threats against landmarks including Blackpool Tower and the Winter Gardens has been jailed. On one occasion, Blackpool Magistrates’ Court was evacuated and searched following a false claim made by Aidan Robertson, of Dickson Road, Blackpool. The 36-year-old was sentenced to three and a half years in prison after pleading guilty ...

  • Pirates Attack British-flagged Tanker off Yemen

    May 17, 2020

    Pirates attacked a British-flagged oil tanker off the coast of Yemen Sunday, causing some minor damage but no injuries. Operators of the Stolt Apel say six gunmen in two separate speedboats sped toward the tanker about 140 kilometers off Yemen in the Gulf of Aden. Armed guards aboard the boat returned fire, disabling one of the speedboats. A ...

  • India: For the first time, four remote-control IEDs detected in Maoist-hit Chhattisgarh’s Dantewada

    May 16, 2020

    The security forces have detected four remote-controlled improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in an edgy district of Dantewada, about 450 km from Raipur. “It’s for the first time such remote controlled IEDs were being planted by the Maoists in the conflict zone of Bastar. A combined team of 300 personnel from Dantewada district reserve guards, Special Task ...


NEWS BY SECTOR


Transportation,Energy,Oil,Natural Gas,Utilities,Power Grid,Power,Generation,Banking,Finance,Aviation,Aerospace,Defence,Petrochemical,Security,Cybersecurity,SCADA,ICS,Industrial Security,
IoT,IoBT,IoIT,IED,Explosives,HMW,CBRNe,CBRN,HazMat,Nuclear,Biological,Radiological,Outbreak,Infection,Public Health,Rail Network,Emergency Services,First Responders,Perimeter Security, Access Control,Biometric ID,Facial Recognition,APT,Cybercrime,Radiation,Business Continuity,Surveillance,GDPR,Privacy,PKI,CIP