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Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Europe

Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Europe
 

Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Europe
Madrid, Spain
November 12-14,2024

The ever-changing nature of threats, whether natural through climate change or man-made through terrorism activities, either physical or cyber-attacks, means the need to continually review and update policies, practices, and technologies to meet these demands.

The introduction of the CER Directive and NIS2 Directive will have major impacts on Europe’s critical infrastructures to meet minimum standards of protection and resilience.

Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience Europe will bring together leading stakeholders from industry, operators, agencies, and governments to collaborate on securing Europe.

The conference will look at developing on the theme of previous events, and the CER Directive and NIS2 Directive, in helping to create a better understanding of the issues and the threats, to help facilitate the work to develop frameworks, good risk management, strategic planning, and implementation.

The exhibition will showcase leading technologies and solutions for supporting physical and cyber security, protection, and resilience strategies.

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