Conference covered the issues of protection of critical infrastructure in general on the topics and three project aims within panels:

Panel 1: Public-Private Partnerships in the Field of Critical Infrastructure Protection

Panel 2: Public-Private Partnerships in the Field of Critical Infrastructure Protection / Establishment of Mechanisms for the Exchange of Sensitive Information/Data among Participants in the Critical Infrastructure Protection System

Panel 3: Establishment of Preconditions for the National Critical Infrastructures Centre Development​.

 

Themes and speakers are listed below.

 
Resilience of Critical Infrastructure Protection – European Union dimension

1. "Role of the Union Civil Protection Mechanism in strengthening infrastructure resilience" -  Alessandro Lazari, PhD, European Reference Network for Critical Infrastructure Protection; Joint Research Centre, European Commission

Panel 1: Public-Private Partnerships in the Field of Critical Infrastructure Protection

1. "State and Operators Cooperation for Critical Infrastructure Protection: Building Trust for Common Interests" - Laurent Ducamin, French CIP point of contact, General Secretariat for Defence and National Security
2. "Communication and cooperation between stakeholders in critical infrastructures protection - Serbian perspective" - Vice Dean Prof. Želimir Kešetović, PhD, University of Belgrade Faculty of Security Studies
3. "US Structure for Collaboration and Cooperation between US Government, Private and Non-Profit Sectors to Secure Critical Infrastructure and Manage Risk" - Colonel Matthew Vatter, Director, Strategic Plans and Policy, Minnesota National      Guard, US Army 
4. "Joint venture analysis of electric power plant management from the aspect of a public private partnership in the field of critical infrastructure" - Prof. Dario Matika, PhD, Croatian Defence Academy “Dr. Franjo Tuđman“(Ministry of Defence)
5. "E.ON; How to Become “Security Fit” – Philip Rydén, Chief Security Officer, Corporate Security, E.ON Sverige AB.

Panel 2: Public-Private Partnerships in the Field of Critical Infrastructure Protection / Establishment of Mechanisms for the Exchange of Sensitive Information/Data among Participants in the Critical Infrastructure Protection System

1. "Public-Private Partnerships: Considerations for Critical Infrastructure Security" – Prof. Kevin Gerdes, PhD, University of Minnesota, Humphrey School of Public Policy 
2. "Model of Critical Infrastructure Protection in the Republic of Serbia – learning from good practice" – Vladimir Ninković, University of Belgrade Faculty of Security Studies
3. "Public-Private Partnership to Protect the Critical Infrastructure with an Emphasis on Private Protection Speaker" – MASc Sandro Šegedin, B.S.c. The Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Croatia
4. "Enhancing Resilience of Critical Infrastructure due to Threats by Extending Concepts of Regional Defence and Public – Private Cooperation" – Prof. Momčilo Milinović, PhD, University of Belgrade Faculty of Mechanical engineering
5. "An Overview of Critical Infrastructure Protection activities in Greece and Future Prospects" – Police Major Pantelis I. Themelis, Center for Security Studies KE.ME.A. of the Hellenic Ministry of Public Order and Citizen Protection
6. "Safe Data Exchange for Critical Infrastructure System"  – Zdenko Adelsberger, PhD, Bluefield d.o.o., Republic of Croatia

Panel 3: Establishment of Preconditions for the National Critical Infrastructures Centre Development​

1. "Establishment of National Centre for Critical Infrastructures – case study of Hungary"  – Major Gergely Sapi, Deputy Head of the National Centre for Critical Infrastructure, Hungary 
2. "Establishment of the National Centre for Critical Infrastructures in the Republic of Croatia" – Prof. Dejan Škanata PhD, University of Applied Sciences Velika Gorica
3. "Twin Cities CIKR Assessment and Protection" – Rick Larkin, Director, Department of Emergency Management, Saint Paul, Minnesota
4. "Flood Risks and the Energy Critical Infrastructure Sector Protection Measures in the Republic of Serbia" – Prof. Jasmina Gačić, PhD, University of Belgrade Faculty of Security Studies
5."A Comparative Overview of the Critical Infrastructure Protection Systems of the Republic of Croatia and the Kingdom of Sweden: the process of determining the criteria for intersectoral measures" – Ivana Cesarec, Expert Associate for Prevention Activities, National Protection and Rescue Directorate, Republic of Croatia