• Facilitated exchange of knowledge, experiences and best practices among Member States and beyond
  • Increased awareness of and knowledge base on disaster risks threatening critical infrastructure and disaster prevention
  • Enhanced stakeholder communication both at national and international level
  • Strengthened mutual support and collaboration between all relevant public and private sector critical infrastructure protection partners
  • Boosted scientific and research activity in the field of critical infrastructure risk management as an outcome of encouraged involvement of academic community in problem solving processes
  • Guidelines prepared intended to pave the way for the establishment of an optimal risk management system related to CIP in the project partner countries (where missing)
  • Guidelines made available to the EC for further dissemination and use
  • Increased resilience and level of protection of European critical infrastructure resulting from improved coordination and cooperation between stakeholders and from the exchange of best practices
  • System approach assessment methodology for CIP established, taking into consideration cross-sectorial and cross border dimension of critical infrastructures
  • Defined follow-up strategy on CIP in the relevant countries
  • Assessed and defined needs for further education and training of public and private sectors in the related area (educational programmes, exchange of experts).