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European Knowledge Hub and Policy Testbed for Critical Infrastructure Protection

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Vision

Establish and grow Europe’s largest knowledge network on Critical Infrastructures Protection (CIP)

Mission

Offer Information Analysis services (insights/foresight) for the development of evident-based R&I policies

Goal

The main goal of EU-CIP is to establish a unique pan European knowledge network for Resilient Infrastructures

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EU-CIP PROJECT

The main goal of EU-CIP is to establish a novel pan European knowledge network for Resilient Infrastructures, which will enable policy makers to shape and produce data-driven evidence-based policies, while boosting the innovation capacity of Critical Infrastructures (CI) operators, authorities, and innovators (including SMEs).

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On 20 and 21 September 2023 in Brussels, the EU-CIP consortium successfully held its 1st Annual Conference on Critical Infrastructure Resilience focusing on “Reinventing Resilience”, which was co-organised with the European Cluster for Security Critical Infrastructures (ECSCI). In this first…

The EU-CIP project is pleased to announce the third webinar in a series dealing with commercialization training within the context of critical infrastructure protection and resilience. This webinar titled "Team and Company Structure", is part of the third module "Go…

In a world where the internet has turned from a commodity to an absolute necessity, and where almost everything is connected to it, the protection of critical infrastructures is of utmost importance. The European Union, recognizing this need even from…

Exciting news! Our YouTube channel is now live and operational. Explore our videos for a comprehensive understanding of the significance of critical infrastructure, AI, and cyber threats in this domain. Don't forget to subscribe and expand your knowledge. Visit the…

Applications are open till January 15th, 2024 18:00 (CEST) The EU-CIP (European Union Critical Infrastructure Protection) invites highly qualified experts to participate as External Expert Evaluators in the evaluation of proposals submitted for the Open Call Type B. Responsibilities: If…

We are pleased to announce that our second open call is now open! Submit your proposal by 1 February 2024. The EU-CIP Project is offering financial support to innovators (e.g. research organizations, SMEs, startups, security technology providers, CIP system integrators) towards exploiting, promoting, and commercializing…

DG HOME is organising a two-day annual CERIS FCT/INFRA event to bring together security research practitioners, policy makers, researchers, civil society and industry to discuss cross-cutting topics that have a broad and horizontal impact on research and innovation in this…

The European Commission adopted a Delegated Regulation establishing a non-exhaustive list of essential services based on the sectors identified by the CER Directive. In particular, the CER Directive provides for obligations on Member States to carry out risk assessments and identify those critical entities that provide…

The EU-CIP project is pleased to announce its second training webinar in its series dealing with the commercialisation of solutions and services within the critical infrastructure protection and resilience sector. This webinar will deal with the general topic of "Solution…

The EU-CIP project is dedicated to the establishment of Europe's most expansive community and ecosystem focused on critical infrastructure protection and resilience. A fundamental element of this initiative revolves around the utilisation of insights and accomplishments derived from prior CIP/CIR…

The International Standards Organisation (ISO) has now published ISO/TS 31050:2023 on Risk management: Guidelines for managing an emerging risk to enhance resilience. This standard aims to provide foresight and insight to all organisations to deal with new and emerging risks.…