16/05/2023 - 17/05/2023 Brussels, Belgium

PRECINCT Conference: Critical Infrastructure Protection, Cybersecurity and Crisis Management

Guess what? On 16 and 17 May 2023, the PRECINCT project is hosting a conference on critical infrastructure protection, cybersecurity and crisis management, and you are invited! Find out more below. 

The EU Horizon 2020 PRECINCT project invites you to their two-day conference on Tuesday 16 and Wednesday 17 of May 2023! The topic? Critical infrastructure protection, cybersecurity and crisis management!

The event will be in a hybrid format, with attendance both online and at the Maison des Associations Internationales - Rue Washington 40, 1050 Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium.

To read the full agenda, click here.



Who should attend?

For this conference, we are targeting personnel representing municipal, city, and regional authorities, regulators, and policymakers. We are, also, inviting researchers and representatives from other sectors to join the discussion, such as urban resilience planners, critical infrastructure managers, cybersecurity experts, and law enforcement representatives.

Think this event is for you? Then, register now at this link, indicating if you will you be joining online or in person (for POLIS members, travel expenses can be reimbursed!).



The EU Horizon 2020 PRECINCT project aims at providing a model-driven, collaborative, and unifying cyber-physical security and resilience management platform.

PRECINCT kicked off in October 2021 and continues until September 2023.

Through its Living Labs, which are in Ljubljana (SI), Antwerp (BE), Athens (GR), and Bologna (IT), PRECINCT provides measurement-based validation of improvements across multiple axes of instrumentation that are aligned with the project’s objectives to affirm that these objectives are fully met. Operational-driven advancements, stakeholder exploitation and adoption, evidence-based policy recommendations and showcases stimulating broader pan-EU take-up are also being driven by Living Lab (LL)-linked activities.

To learn more about the project, visit their website here.