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file icon Canadahot!Tooltip Data: 19/05/2008 Accessi: 1946
PS (Public Safety Canada), formerly known as Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada (PSEPC).It is Canada’s lead department for public safety. It builds and implements national policies for emergency management and national security and helps ensure community safety by delivering crime prevention programs and developing federal policies for law enforcement and corrections. Public Safety Canada works to reduce the impact of a variety of factors that can cause emergencies, such as natural disasters, industrial accidents, terrorism and computer viruses. Whatever the cause,. Public Safety Canada is responsible for policy development and advice to the Minister on matters of national security.
file icon Netherlandshot!Tooltip Data: 19/05/2008 Accessi: 1945
ECMA (The European Crisis Management Academy) is an international research consortium that serves crisis managers and academics.It facilitates the exchange of ideas and best practices between practitioners and academics through cutting-edge research and useful research applications. The Academy seeks to improve the knowledge base for an enhanced capacity of dealing with national and transnational crises in the European framework.In the crisis web menu (http://www.ecm-academy.nl/crisiswebmenu.htm (http://www.ecm-academy.nl/crisiswebmenu.htm)) you can find links to websites related to crisis management research and practice.
file icon United Kingdomhot!Tooltip Data: 19/05/2008 Accessi: 1856
The UK Government's aim is to reduce the risk from emergencies so that people can go about their business freely and with confidence. The website exists to provide a resource for civil protection practitioners, supporting the work which goes on across the UK to improve emergency preparedness.
file icon Suissehot!Tooltip Data: 19/05/2008 Accessi: 1981
CRN (Crisis and Risk Network) is an initiative for international dialog on security risks and vulnerabilities, risk analysis and management, emergency preparedness, and crisis management. Through the interchange of views, the CRN helps to promote a better understanding of the complex challenges and opportunities confronting the risk community today and serves to establish a collaborative relationship and exchange among likeminded experts. The CRN is run by the Center for Security Studies (CSS) at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich).
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SEMA is the Swedish Emergency Management Agency.It co-ordinates the work to develop the preparedness of Swedish society to manage serious crises and works together with municipalities, county councils and government authorities, as well as the business community and several organisations, to reduce the vulnerability of society and improve the capacity to handle emergencies.
file icon Australiahot!Tooltip Data: 19/05/2008 Accessi: 1791
Australia Australia - The Attorney-General’s Department provides expert support to the Government in the maintenance and improvement of Australia’s system of law and justice, national security, and emergency management.Australian web site about Critical Infrastructure Protection.The national approach to CIP in Australia is articulated through the National CIP Strategy and the main vehicle through which CIP is affected in Australia is . TISN (Trusted Information Sharing Network for Critical Infrastructure Protection) is a forum where government and business work together to share information on security issues that affect critical infrastructure. It is a network of Australian governments and critical infrastructure owners and operators.The provides a single access point for counter-terrorism information from the Australian Government.
I Principi per la protezione delle Infrastrutture Critiche Informatizzate adottati dai Ministri degli Interni e della Giustizia dei paesi eel G8 nella riunione del Maggio del 2003. Questi principi furono identificati dal “G8 Senior Expert Group on Critical Information Infrastrucuture Protection” nella prima conferenza svoltasi a Parigi nel Marzo del 2003.
Creation of a global culture of cybersecurity and the protection of critical information infrastructures.Questa risoluzione adottata dalla 78ma assemblea generale delle Nazioni Unite sottolinea il problema della protezione delle infrastrutture critiche, delle loro interdipendente e dei loro possibili rischi derivanti da azioni di tipo dolose o terroristiche. La risoluzione è corredata da una allegato in cui sono elencati alcuni “elementi” per migliorare la protezione delle infrastrutture critiche che, in pratica, ricalcano quando deciso in sede di G8 con gli “11 Principles”
The National Strategy for American Homeland Security served to mobilize and organize the nation to secure the homeland from terrorist attacks. This exceedingly complex mission requires a focused effort from entire American society to be successful. To this end, one primary reason for the establishment of the Department of Homeland Security was to provide the unifying core for the vast national network of organizations and institutions involved in efforts to secure the nation. In order to better do this and to provide guidance to the 180,000 DHS men and women who work every day on this important task, the Department developed its own high-level strategic plan. The vision and mission statements, strategic goals and objectives provide the framework guiding the actions that make up the daily operations of the department.