SECURITY OF INFRASTRUCTURE SYSTEMS – CONCEPTS, REGULATIONS, PRACTICE
was held in Belgrade on October 12 and 13, 2023
Organized by the Center for Risk Analysis and Crisis Management and with the support of the Ministry of Science, Technological Development and Innovation of the Republic of Serbia.
The conference was opened by the Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure in the Government of Republic of Serbia, Goran Vesić. Welcome speeches were also addressed by the Minister of Information and Telecommunications, dr. Mihajlo Jovanović, the State Secretary of the Ministry of Science, Technological Development and Innovation, prof. dr. Miroslav Trajanović, Assistant Minister of Internal Affairs and Head of the Department for Emergency Situations, Luka Čaušić, and prof. dr. Zoran Keković (member of the EU-CIP project Advisory Board), President of the Center for Risk Analysis and Crisis Management.
Bearing in mind the existential vulnerability to modern threats of large economic and other systems on which the survival and safety of the population and wider community depends, the Conference brought together a high level of expertise, with the participation of representatives of the scientific and professional public from all over the world, as well as representatives of the state institutions, civil society organizations and business communities of the Republic of Serbia and Western Balkan countries. Conference was realized through the following panels – Security of: energy supply chains; ICT systems and digital infrastructure; traffic and transport systems; food and water supply chains; public services, space technology, and nuclear and chemical plants.
The EU-CIP project was presented as the reference project of the EU in the area of critical infrastructure resilience, in the opening session of the conference by Prof. A. Jovanović, Steinbeis EU-VRi, Germany.