Panel discusions – conducted at national levels with aim of producing national standpoints.
Joint Workshops - gathering of international stakeholders with focus on exchange of their experiences and best practices in CIP system.
The European Commission supports and complements the prevention and preparedness efforts of participating states, focusing on areas where a joint European approach is more effective than separate national actions.
Critical infrastructure is the backbone of modern societies. Therefore, a deficient or inadequate protection of critical infrastructure may pose a threat to the security, economy and stability of European countries and Europe as a whole. Moreover, critical infrastructure, being very often part of a larger network, is highly susceptible to various forms of threats with cascading consequences and thus often likely to have a cross border impact. Borders represent a significant vulnerability to critical infrastructure sectors and may act as chokepoints restricting or disrupting cross-border movement.// Read more...
With the date 30/06/2016 project "RECIPE 2015" has reached its official end.
Two-day international scientific and professional conference on the protection of critical infrastructure was held on 11th and 12th April 2016 in Split, The Radisson Blu Resort hotel.
Consortium's delegation from Croatia (National Protection and Rescue Directorate and University of Applied Sciences Velika Gorica) and Serbia (The Faculty of Security Studies, Belgrade) went on February16 to the Critical Infrastructure Protection Centre of the National Directorate for Disaster Management in Budapest.