Critical infrastructure protection

We identify threat scenarios, risks and vulnerabilities for Critical Infrastructure, and define permanent mitigation actions

A Critical Infrastructure is an asset or system essential for the maintenance of vital societal functions. Damage to Critical Infrastructure, their destruction or disruption by natural disasters, terrorism, criminal activity or malicious behaviour, has a significant negative impact on the security of the EU and the well-being of its citizens.
In 2006 the European Council and European Commission promulgated the directive EU COM (2006) 786 that obliged all Member States to adopt the components of the European Programme for Critical Infrastructure Protection (EPCIP) into their national statutes.


We offer our expertise to National and International players (Government Agencies, International Institutions) in:

Identification and analysis of major threat scenarios, risks and vulnerabilities for each Critical infrastructure

Definition of permanent risk clearing and mitigation actions including

Definition of graduated security measures including all the actions to be taken according to the varying risk and threat levels (e.g. evacuation plans)

The activity is carried out in accordance with the RINA governance model, which safeguards impartiality and prevents conflict of interest situations.


Our consultants are highly qualified and experienced in requirement engineering and in the development of technical specifications at different abstraction levels, ranging from conception to equipment procurement technical specifications, procedures and policy making. 

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