NATO Advanced Research Workshop "Managing Terrorism Threats to Critical Infrastructure – Challenges for South Eastern Europe"

 

The Institute for Corporate Security Studies (ICS-Ljubljana), Slovenia and the Faculty of Applied Security, University EDUCONS, Sremska Kamenica, Vojvodina, Serbia organised a NATO Advanced Research Workshop "Managing Terrorism Threats to Critical Infrastructure – Challenges for South Eastern Europe" which was held in Belgrade, Serbia on 12 – 15 May, 2014 .

 


PROGRAM OF THE NATO ARW

 

Monday, 12 May 2014

 

Time

Activity

All day

Arrival of participants

 

19:00 – 21:00

Welcome reception hosted by Conference Co-directors

 

 

Tuesday, 13 May 2014

Time

Activity

09:30 – 10:30

International conference Opening Ceremony

Chair: Dr. Denis Čaleta

 

Opening speeches:

- Dr. Milan Janković, president Belgrade Chamber of Commerce

- Dr. Aleksandar Andrejević Rector of the University EDUCONS

- Dr. Denis Čaleta – High representative of Institute for Corporative Security Studies

- Dr. Vesela Radović – Dean Faculty of  Faculty of Applied Security

- DDr. Teodora Ivanuša, member of ISEG (International Scientific Evaluation Group which is part of NATO SPS - Science for Peace and Security)

- Introduction to the concept of the NATO ARW
Dr.
Denis Čaleta & Dr. Vesela Radović, Co-directors

10:30 – 10:45

Photo Session

10:45 – 11:15

Coffee Break and Press conference

11:15 – 12:45

Conference Panel 1 – COOPERATION AND COORDINATION CHALLENGES IN THE PROTECTION OF CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Chair: DDr. Teodora Ivanuša

- Cross-Sectoral Scanning of Critical Infrastructure: Slovenia’s Lessons Learned? – Dr. Denis Čaleta, Mr. Aljoša Kandžič (Slovenia)

- Contemporary aspects to protection of the critical infrastructure
and confronting of the terrorism - Dr. Ferdinad Odžakov, Dr. Metodija Dojčinovski (The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)

- SEE Countries' Cooperation as One of the Key Factors/Elements in Answering the Challenge of Managing Terrorism Threats to Critical Infrastructure – Mrs. Maria Žužek, MSc., Mr. Branimir Mandić (RACVIAC)

12:45– 13:45

Lunch

13:45 – 15:15

Conference Panel 2 – PUBLIC-PRIVATE RELATIONSHIP IN COUNTERING THREATS TO CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Chair: Dr. Vesela Radović

- Toward Requsite Holism of Content of The Term Critical Infrastructure – Provocation number two – DDr. Ivanuša Teodora, Dr. Iztok Podbregar  (Slovenia) 

- Critical infrastructure protection and public-private partnership: legal framework and public-private cooperation in Croatia – Dr. Vlatko Cvrtila, Dr. Anita Perešin (Croatia) 

- Outsourcing as important source of risk in dealing with terrorist threats – Mr. Miran Vršec, MSc., Dr. Milan Vršec, Mr. Vito Murgel, MBA (Slovenia) 

15:15 – 15:45

Coffee Break

15:45 – 17:45

Conference Panel 3RISK ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION

Chair: Dr. Vlatko Cvrtila

- Risk management of terrorist attack on tunnel infrastructure critical point - Transeuropean  highway coridor 5c across Bosnia and Herzegovina –  Dr. Samir Agić, Mr. Edin Garaplija, MSc, (BiH)

- Corruption: From Generally Accepted Business Practice to serious threat to Critical Infrastructure Protection – Dr. Jaka Vadnjal (Slovenia) 

- TNTD/ATU activities highlighting the regional perspective of the protecting Critical Infrastructure – Mr. Laszlo Szuch (OSCE)

- Safety & Security Assessment to Prevent Terrorism Attack in Centralized Facility for Radioactive Waste Management in Albania - Dr. Luan Qafmolla (Albania)

18:30 – 20:00

Dinner

 

Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Time

Activity

09:00 – 10:30

Conference Panel 4TERRORIST THREATS TO ENVIRONMENTAL RELATED TO CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE  OPERATION

Chair: Dr. Stojan Slaveski

-  Environmental Terrorism as a threat on Serbian water infrastructure sector-through the glance of regional perspective – Dr. Vesela Radović, Dr. Aleksandar Andrejević  (Serbia)

- Assuring food security in agricultural production in the Republic of Bulgaria in conditions of general globalization – Dr. Katya Arabska, Dr. Ivanka Shopova (Bulgaria)

-  Bioterrorism as a threat to food supply systems - Dr. Elizabeta Ristanović, Dr. Sonja Radaković (Serbia)

10:30 – 11:00

Coffee Break

11:00 – 12:30

Conference Panel 5NATIONAL APPROACHES TO PROTECTION CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Chair: Dr. Zoran Keković

- Terrorist threats to critical infrastructure in BiH and protection measures – Dr. Mile Šikman,  Dr. Nevenko Vranješ (BiH)

- Protection of the critical infrastructure from terrorism: Case study on the example of the Republic of Croatia – Dr. Jadran Perinić, Dr. Robert Mikac (Croatia)

- Challenges in defining Critical Infrastructure in Montenegro – Mr. Milan Bigovič, Mrs. Ana Rakočević (Montenegro)

12:30 – 13:30

Lunch

13:30 – 15:00

Conference Panel 6 – ENERGY SECURITY AS A KEY FACTOR OF CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION

Chair: Dr. Robert Mikac

- Tailor made education: environmental vs. Energy security and sustainable development paradigm - Dr. Vesna Nikolić, Dr. Dejan Vasovic (Serbia)

- NATO and energy security challenges in SE Europe – Dr. George Protopapas (Greece) 

- The Austrian Approach to the Protection of Critical Infrastructure: the APCIP - Dr. Arnold H. Kammel (Austria)

15:00 – 15:30

Coffee Break

15:30 – 17:00

Conference Panel 7CYBER THREATS TO CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Chair: Dr. Metodi Hadži-Janev

- Improving Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience against Terrorism Cyber Threats – Dr. Sandro Bologna, Dr. Alessandro Lazari, Dr. Stefano Mele (Italy)

- ICT vulnerability and safety of CNI – Dr. Krunoslav Antoliš, Mr. Petar Miščević, Mrs. Ana Miličević, MSc. (Croatia)

- Use of the Enhanced Structural Model for Attack Analysis and Education – Mr. Blaž Ivanc, MSc., Dr. Tomaž Klobučar (Slovenia) 

18:00 – 19:00

Dinner

 

 

Thursday, 15 May 2014

Time

Activity

08:30 – 10:00

Conference Panel 8CLASIFIED INFORMATION PROTECTION AS IMPORTANT FACTOR TO THE PROTECITION OF CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Chair: Dr. Jaka Vadnjal

- Protecting critical Information Infrastructure from terrorist attack in South East Europe: How Real is the Threat? – Dr. Metodi Hadži Janev (The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)

- Protection of classified information related to Critical Infrastructure – Mr. Milan Tarman, MSc (Slovenia)

- Security of classified information as part of the national critical infrastructure protection: Macedonian experience - Dr. Stojan Slaveski, Dr. Oliver Bakreski (The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)

10:00 – 10:20

Coffee Break

10:20 – 11:50

Conference Discussion Panel 9 – RISK OF TERRORISM AND VIOLENT EKSTREMISM AS THREAT TO CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Chair: Dr. Sandro Bologna 

- Risk of terrorist and violent extremist attacks against schools: role of public dialogue – Dr. Petra Papiezova-Vejvodova, Dr. Miroslav Mareš (Czech Republic)

- Towards Resilient Critical Infrastructure System against Terrorism Risk– Dr. Zoran Keković (Serbia), Mr. Vladimir Ninković, Dr. Zoran Dragišić (Serbia)

- Intelligence-led cross-border co-operation for detecting attacks risks against crtitical infrastructures- Dr. Valerio de Divitiis (Italy)

11:50 – 12:05

Coffee Break

12:05 – 13:10

Conference Panel 10 – THE ROLE OF CONSEQUENCE MANAGEMENT IN THE PROTECTION OF CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

 Chair: Dr. Katya Arabska

-  Potential vulnerability and threats of natural disasters or malicious human activity to the water supply network: a case study of Chernivtsi, Ukraine – Dr. Igor Winkler (Ukraine)

-  Coping With Environmental Terrorism in Romania - Dr. Liviu-Daniel Galatchi,  Dr. Marian Tudor (Romania)

13:10 – 13:25

CONCLUDING SESSION

Chairs: Dr. Denis Čaleta & Dr. Vesela Radović, Co-directors 

13:40 – 14:40

Lunch

15:00  –

Departure of participants

 

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