Pilot course for Mid-Career Security Managers in Critical Infrastructure Protection and ResilienceSubmitted by admin on Thu, 2016-08-25 15:24
Pilot course for Mid-Career Security Managers in Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience
21st to 23rd June 2016, Brussels
Since February 2015, the ERNCIP’s (European Reference Network for Critical Infrastructure Protection) Academic Committee and in close collaboration with DG Home, is working on the establishment of a "pilot course for Mid-Career Security Managers in Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience". The Course will be held in Brussels from the 21st to the 23rd of June 2016 and will cover case studies from the Transport and Energy sectors. The course will be open and free of charge to security professionals between 5 and 8 years of experience and with the following profile: risk analyst or business continuity officer.
The overall experience has been designed to provide a perspective on common issues related to the European Dimension of CIPR and to be in line with the EPCIP’s principles. The Course is tied to the Operators' functional requirement for the qualification of security experts.
The three-day Course will include:
- an overview of the complexity of 'systems of systems’ and availability of tools for simulation;
- a review of risk assessment and management methodologies; and
- governance models and scenarios provided by a committee of Operators.
During the third day of the Course, a table-top exercise and a roundtable on 'Operator Security Plans' will take place with the support of a Panel of Observers (currently being established).
We’d like to invite Operators to express their interest in attending the three-day course. Due to the limited number of available seats a first come-first serve policy applies. The commitment would require your physical presence during the entire course and the coverage of the expenses for your travel and accommodation in Brussels.
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