Critical Infrastructure Resilience
An International Network focusing on critical infrastructure resilience, led by partnership of regional and national governments, currently coordinated by the Scottish Government
What is CIRINT.NET?
Welcome to CIRINT.NET
The global Critical Infrastructure Resilience (CIR) environment is changing dramatically, with the threats and hazards becoming increasing complex and trans-national in nature. In response, CIR stakeholders in Government, Industry and the Responder Community need to come together to exploit opportunities for sharing knowledge, experience and expertise, through international collaboration. This has created the opportunity to establish CIRINT.NET as a formal network of international CIR practitioners.
CIRINT Working Paper (2021)
Good Practices for Critical Infrastructure Resilience: a classification and assessment framework
The draft of the CIRINT report on Good Practices for Critical Infrastructure Resilience is now available for download.
The goal of this report is to present an integrated framework for the assessment and comparison of Good Practices (GPs) in the Critical Infrastructure Resilience domain, in the perspective of collaborative Emergency Management capacity building. The GPs mainly come from local and national levels actions and programmes, emphasising the importance of fostering collaborative processes among stakeholders.
Besides the framework itself, the reader can find the list of 53 Good Practices mapped so far. The reader is warmly invited to reach out to us and point at any additional GPs that would fit here.
The presentations are available for download at the International Workshops page