ERNCIP Inventory of Labs

Erncip Inventory


ERNCIP Inventory of Labs


What is the ERNCIP Inventory?

The ERNCIP Inventory is a free-to-use search tool for open-source information on European security experimental and testing facilities. The system stores detailed profiles of laboratories which have capabilities in the field of Critical Infrastructure Protection.


You can download the PDF brochure about the ERNCIP Inventory.

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What will I be able to find on the ERNCIP Inventory?

The system stores detailed profiles of laboratories which have capabilities in the field of Critical Infrastructure Protection across the EU.

  • Information about the facility (name, address, homepage, etc.)
  • Services offered/Experience/Competencies/Accreditations
  • Available experimental/testing equipment
  • Contact points.

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Who can access the ERNCIP Inventory?

There are two types of users of the Inventory:

  • Search Users: who need information about CIP-related experimental or testing facilities
  • Inventory Members owners or operators of CIP-related experimental or testing facilities.

SEARCH USERS

How will organisations benefit from searching the ERNCIP Inventory?

The Inventory helps all types of critical infrastructure stakeholders (e.g. government authorities, infrastructure operators, and research institutions) to identify and make contact with CIP-related experimental expertise located in the EU, when they have a need for:

  • Specific knowledge or expertise on CIP security-related problems (e.g. to consult, cooperate, or hire)
  • Certified solutions to CIP security-related problems (e.g. procurement, consultancy, assessment)
  • Research partners (e.g. to conduct CIP-related experiments, or to form partnerships to bid for EU funded projects).
Organisations can become Search Users by registering at the ERNCIP Inventory system. When an organisation has successfully registered as an ERNCIP Search User, any employee of that organisation will have the ability to access the Inventory.

INVENTORY MEMBERS

How will organisations benefit from adding their profiles to the ERNCIP Inventory?

Membership of the Inventory will provide operators of CIP-related experimental or testing facilities with greater visibility among CIP communities. A presence in the Inventory will result in:

  • Promotion of experimental facilities to CIP communities around the world
  • Increased business potential, as the Inventory will be used by public and private sector organisations seeking solutions to their problems
  • Increased potential for cooperation and exchange of knowledge with similar experimental/testing organisations.
Owners or operators of CIP-related experimental or testing facilities located within the EU can become Inventory Members by registering at the ERNCIP Inventory system Inventory Members will need to agree and conform to an Inventory Membership Agreement, and will be responsible for maintaining the information on the Inventory relating to their facility. Inventory Member organisations will automatically have Search User access.

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