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Protection of National Critical Infrastructures in Europe European Event 31st January - 1st February 2011, Berlin, Germany
• Energy • Transport • ICT • Public Security
European Event Protection of National Critical Infrastructures in Europe Background
Critical Infrastructures may vary within the different Member States of the EU but they have at least one challenge in common: they all are obliged to ensure that they can continue to function in the most adverse conditions, from severe natural disasters to a terrorist attack. Although such threats against Critical Infrastructures usually cannot be prevented from happening thorough resilience of CIs can be achieved. Hence, Member States are forced to write security plans or adapt their existing plans to the EU Directive 2008/114/EC to ensure protection of their designated European and National Critical Infrastructures. However, safeguarding vulnerable targets especially in the transport and energy sector still remains a challenging task. Aspects to be considered: • Compliance of existing crisis management plans and needs to protect National and European Critical Infrastructures
Operators of Critical Infrastructures (Energy, Transport and ICT) from public and private sector Public administration at national, regional and city level • Ministries - Interior - Emergency - Defence - Transport and Communication - Energy • Regional, City Councils and Communities • Other public authorities responsible for Public Security
• Being prepared for unpredictable incidents and man-made attacks
• Military and police forces
• Guarantee immediate counteracting measures to prevent severe outbreaks
Rescue and Humanitarian Aid agencies
• Undertake smooth and effective international and inter-sectoral teamwork
• Agencies for Technical Relief
This European event encourages stakeholders at all levels of government, private sector and related professions to exchange ideas on the protection of European and National Critical Infrastructures. We focus on real events and lessons learnt from transport and energy sector which give you inspiration to improve your own system of Critical Infrastructure Protection. Question and answer sessions as well as plenary sessions provide a perfect platform to identify available resources and improve your strategies to prepare for the next major incident or attack. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to network with experts from all areas of National Critical Infrastructure Protection from all over Europe and arrange new international models and partnerships.
• Fire and Police Rescue Service • Red Cross and Red Crescent Society associations • National centres of expertise for civil protection Departments such as • Critical Infrastructure Protection • Resilience and Contingency Planning • Civil Protection • Crisis Management • Civil Contingencies • Security Strategy and Policy • Disaster Management • Disaster Preparedness Management • Disaster Relief Affairs
Teaching Methods • Lectures and case studies • Best practice reports
• Emergency Planning • National Security
• Discussions and Q&A sessions
Private companies and agencies involved in Public Security • Energy Sector
• Small group tasks
- Electricity, Nuclear Power, Gas, Petroleum etc.
• Rich course material and handouts
• ICT/Telecom Sector
- Providers and Regulatory Bodies
• Protect your citizens and property – prepare for the next attack
• Transport Sector
• Be one step ahead – discover the possibility of cross sector cooperation • Save money and resources – be more resilient against the unpredictable • Protect you reputation – improve your emergency communication skills
- Railway, Road, Harbours, Aviation Security Consultancies specialized in Public Security
Programme Day 1 Protection of National Critical Infrastructures in Europe 31st January 2011 8.30-9.00
Registration and Hand-out of Event Material 9.00-9.10
Opening Remarks from the European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law 9.10-9.15
Welcome Note from the Chair Luisa Franchina, Director General, Team on CBRN Attack Risk, Department of National Civil Protection, Presidency of the Council of the Ministers, Italy 9.15-10.00
Key Note Presentation: Status quo of Implementation Directive 2008/114/EC José Antonio Hoyos Pérez, Policy Officer, Critical Energy Infrastructure Protection, DG Energy, European Commission 10.00-10.15
Q&A Session 10.15-10.45
Coffee Break 10.45-11.30
CIP National Programme – Assessment and Perspective in Italy • Current state of play: implementation of the Directive 2008/114/EC to national law • Identification, selection and prioritisation of counter-measures and procedures • Methodology to preview cross-sectoral domino effects • Division of responsibilities between the public and private sectors Luisa Franchina, Director General, Team on CBRN Attack Risk, Department of National Civil Protection, Presidency of the Council of the Ministers, Italy
Preparing for the Unknown – Building Generic Crisis Management Capability • Three challenges for crisis management – what we are up against when planning our response to large scale incidents • Characteristics of society and incidents – some defining issues to take into consideration • The impact of outliners and the limitation of risk analysis in preparedness planning • Building generic crisis management capability – the concept of “Comprehensive Preparedness Planning” • Dealing with the unknown – how Danish authorities used generic crisis management capabilities to deal with the effects of volcanic ashes in 2010 Mads Ecklon, Chief Advisor, Centre for Resilience and Contingency Planning, Danish Emergency Management Agency, Denmark 14.45-15.00
Q&A Session 15.00-15.30
Coffee Break 15.30-16.15
Mechanisms of Information Sharing • CIWIN: Ensuring a proper flow of information • Collaboration and facilitation of the information exchange • Information Protection Mechanisms • Networking with neighbours in energy sector José Antonio Hoyos Pérez, Policy Officer, Critical Energy Infrastructure Protection, DG Energy, European Commission, Belgium
Disaster Preparedness for Effective Response – Guidance and Indicator Package for Implementing Priority Five of the Hyogo Framework • Emerging global trends dictate the need for strengthening of disaster preparedness • UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs approach to disaster preparedness • Major challenges of disaster preparedness today, including fund gap • Hyogo Framework for Action 2005-2015 and its Priority Five • UN OCHA Guidance and Indicator Package for Implementing Priority Five of the Hyogo Framework Dusan Zupka, Deputy Chief/Officer in Charge, Emergency Preparedness Section, United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), Switzerland
Q&A Session 16.30-17.00
Review of the Day and Discussion Round Luisa Franchina, Director General, Team on CBRN Attack Risk, Department of National Civil Protection, Presidency of the Council of the Ministers, Italy 17.00
End of Day One
Q&A Session 12.45-14.00
Programme Day 2 Protection of National Critical Infrastructures in Europe 1st February 2011 8.55-9.00
Welcome Note from the Chair Luisa Franchina, Director General, Team on CBRN Attack Risk, Department of National Civil Protection, Presidency of the Council of the Ministers, Italy
B Pra est Re ctice En port erg y
Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) to Protect Non-Nuclear Critical Energy Infrastructures from Security Threats • UNICRI’s Mandate within the United Nations • UNICRI’s Centre on Public Private Security Policies • Overall Project Framework (United Nations Global Counter Terrorism Strategy, United Nations Counter-Terrorism Implementation Task Force, etc.) • PPP Project: Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) to protect non nuclear Critical Energy Infrastructures from Security Threats – Focus, Objectives, Activities, Partnerships • PPP Handbook – a tool to assist the development of PPP • Basic PPP Principles – Guidelines to facilitate public-private security cooperation • UNICRI’s Partnerships and Networks Alexis Franke, Project Officer, Centre on Public-Private Security Policies, Security Governance/Counter-Terrorism Laboratory, United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI), Portugal 9.45-10.00
Q&A Session 10.00-10.30
B Pra est R ctic Tra epor e ns t po rt
Best Practice in Transport Sector • Introduction: Portuguese infrastructure railway system • Issues to secure • Risk analysis, emergency analysis and management of occurrences • Experiences with PPP in Critical Infrastructure Protection: working with UNICRI Carlos Matos Carvalho, Security Director, REFER, Portugal 10.30-10.45
Q&A Session 10.45-11.15
Ca Stu se CII dy P
Enhancing Europe’s Critical Information Infrastructure – The role of ENISA • EU Critical Information Infrastructure Protection policies and initiatives • ENISA’s Program on Resilience and CIIP • Key Recommendations for Member States and Policy Makers • Cyber Europe 2010 – the First ever Pan European Exercise • Implementing Article 13 a of the new telecom Package • Interconnection and Interdependencies • Good Practices Guides • Next Steps Vangelis Ouzounis, Program Manager, Resilience and CIIP Program, Technical Competence Department, European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA), Greece 12.00-12.15
Q&A Session 12.15-13.45
Lunch Break 13.45-14.30
Communication in the Event of Large Scale Incidents • The advantages from a proactive communication strategy • Why communication is a central element in any operation • How to work with strategies • How to work with plans • Communication with both the media and the citizens Nina Blom Anderson, PhD, Assistant Professor, Institute for Communication, Business and Information Technologies, Roskilde University, Denmark 14.30-14.45
Q&A Session 14.45-15.15
Coffee Break 15.15-16.00
Final Review and Discussion Round 16.00
End of Event and Hand-out of Certificates
Speakers Protection of National Critical Infrastructures in Europe JOSÉ ANTONIO HOYOS PÉREZ Policy Officer, Critical Energy Infrastructure Protection, DG Energy, European Commission, Belgium José Antonio Hoyos Pérez joined the European Commission in 1992, where he has been involved in the EU energy policies from various angles: Euratom safeguards inspector; promotion of new energy technologies; nuclear safety projects and decommissioning policy. Since 2004 he was involved in launching the European Programme for Critical Infrastructure Protection in the energy sector. Prior to his engagement in the European Commission he worked from 1980 until 1992 in the private energy sector (a utility and engineering company) where he was responsible for operations and supply of technology to energy systems, mainly in nuclear generation. José Antonio Hoyos Pérez holds an M. Sc. in Power Engineering from the Polytechnic University, Madrid, 1979, did his post-grade studies on nuclear technology and holds an MBA from the ICADE Madrid.
LUISA FRANCHINA Director General, Team on CBRN Attack Risk, Department of National Civil Protection, Presidency of the Council of the Ministers, Italy Luisa Franchina is the Italian Point of Contact for the Directive 114/08 CE on European Critical Infrastructure Protection at the EU Council, nominated by the Presidency of the Council of the Ministers. Prior to this engagement she was Director General of the High Institute for Communications and Technologies at the Ministry for Communications. Luisa Franchina is President of the Observatory for Network and Information Security, an inter-ministerial national committee and also a member of the Board of Directors of the European Agency for Network and Information Security. Additionally, she is Dean at the School for Master in Telecommunications of the Ministry for Communication in Rome. Luisa Franchina holds a PhD in Electronic Engineering from the University of Rome “La Sapienza” and also a Master in Policies and Strategies for European Defence and Security form the Higher Study Centre of the Italian Ministry of Defence.
MADS ECKLON Chief Advisor, Centre for Resilience and Contingency Planning, Danish Emergency Management Agency, Denmark Mads Ecklon is Chief Advisor at the Danish Emergency Management Agency since 2005. He is responsible for implementation of the concept “Comprehensive Preparedness Planning” which provides a framework for building as well as using generic crisis management capability for Critical Infrastructures. Prior to this position he worked as Special Advisor for the Danish National Audit Office from 200 till 2005 and as Head of Section at the Defence Command from 1998-2000. Mads Ecklon holds a Master in Political Science from the University of Copenhagen and an Honours Degree in Civil-Military Relations form the University of Cape Town.
ALEXIS FRANKE Project Officer, Centre on Public-Private Security Policies, Security Governance/Counter-Terrorism Laboratory, United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI), Portugal Alexis Franke has been working for the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) since more than three years and is responsible for UNICRI’s programme Enhancing Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) to Protect Vulnerable Targets. Before initiating his commitment with the United Nations, Mr. Franke was working for the German-Brazilian Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Brazil. Mr. Franke holds a Masters Degree in Economics.
„Really good knowhow exchange“ Negoi Nita Catalan Valentin, Ministry of Administration and Interior, Romania
Speakers Protection of National Critical Infrastructures in Europe VANGELIS OUZOUNIS Program Manager, Resilience and CIIP Program, Technical Competence Department, European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA), Greece Dr. Evangelos OUZOUNIS is the program manager of ENISA’s Resilience and Critical Information Protection (CIIP) Program. His program implements EU Commission’s CIIP action plan, prepares the first pan European CIIP exercise and facilitates Member States efforts towards a harmonised implementation of article 13a of the new EU Telecom Package. Prior to his position at ENISA, Dr. Ouzounis worked several years as a project officer at the European Commission, DG Information Society and Media (DG INFSO). He contributed significantly to EU Commission’s R&D strategy and policies on securing Europe’s infrastructures and services. Dr. Ouzounis was co-founder of Electronic Commerce Centre of Competence (ECCO) at Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems (FhG-FOKUS, Berlin, Germany). He led and managed more than 20 pan European and International R&D projects. Dr. Ouzounis holds a Ph.D from the Technical University of Berlin and a master in computer engineering and informatics from the Technical University of Patras, Greece. He was a lecturer at Technical University of Berlin, wrote 2 books and more than 20 peer reviewed academic papers and chaired several international conferences.
CARLOS MATOS CARVALHO Security Director, REFER, Portugal
NINA BLOM ANDERSON Assistant Professor, Institute for Communication, Business and Information Technologies, Roskilde University, Denmark Nina Blom Andersen was appointed Assistant Professor for crisis and risk communication topics at Roskilde University in 2009. Previously, she worked as consultant at the Danish Emergency Management Agency where she was responsible for the development of course activities and programmes on risk and crisis communication. Nina Blom Andersen holds a PhD from Roskilde University and a Master in Sociology from Lunds University in Sweden and a Master in Educational Science from Roskilde University, Denmark.
DUSAN ZUPKA Deputy Chief/Officer in Charge, Emergency Preparedness Section, United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), Switzerland Dusan Zupka is Chief of Emergency Preparedness Section in the UN OCHA. He has got 25 years of professional experience in disaster and crisis management in the field and headquarters at international level, mainly in the UN. Previous responsibilities assumed were those of manager or coordinator covering all phases of disaster risk and crisis management. Furthermore, he has five years of field experience in Latin America.
„Very good and useful“ Rajko Najzer, Head of the Civil Defence Agency, Civil Defence Agency, Ministry of Defence
Strategic Alliance Protection of National Critical Infrastructures in Europe United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) UNICRI is a fully-fledged United Nations entity based in Turin, Italy, active in the fields of crime prevention, criminal justice and security governance, able to adapt itself to an ever-changing geopolitical environment thanks to its dynamic, fresh and innovative approach. In the field of security governance and counter-terrorism, UNICRI focuses its activities on non-traditional areas of the international agenda, such as major events security, CBRN and Public-Private Partnerships (PPP). Through its Security Governance and Counter-Terrorism Laboratory, UNICRI implements its work within the framework of the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy. UNICRI is an active member of the UN Counter-Terrorism Implementation Task Force (CTITF), which represents a mechanism to enhance coordination and coherence of counter-terrorism efforts within the United Nations system. To complement its assistance to policy-makers, security practitioners and international stakeholders to quickly adapt to new threats and challenges, UNICRI‘s Laboratory established, in September 2009, the Centre on Public-Private Security Policies in Lisbon, Portugal, with the aim of enhancing the protection of vulnerable targets worldwide, through the establishment of regional initiatives and the identification, development and testing of innovative security cooperation models. The Centre, supported by an open ended group of public and private entities, very actively promotes a PPP approach for the protection of different categories of vulnerable targets, including “soft” targets, - such as hotels, tourism and recreational facilities, historical sites, railway and bus stations, business and financial centers - and critical infrastructures, particularly those servicing the non-nuclear energy sector. Building on UNICRI‘s significant experience on major events security and through existing regional initiatives such as EU-SEC and IPO Americas, the Centre promotes the UNICRI vision that major events are windows of opportunity for socio-economic development, enhancing security governance, building cooperation and supporting networks.
United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute Centre on Public-Private Security Policies Calçada da Boa Hora, 12 1300 – 099 Lisbon, Portugal Tel.: (+351) 211 572 530 Fax: (+351) 211 572 511 E-Mail: [email protected] Web: http://lab.unicri.it/lisbon
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