CSARN / Protecting our CNI: A Public Private Perspective
CSARN Members, MPs and Members Guests only
Spaces very limited
In an age of increasing interconnectivity and uncertainty, quantifying and understanding risk has developed to a new level of complexity as distinctions between the public and private sector are becoming increasingly blurred. Legislators and wealth generators both ultimately seek assurance that they are taking appropriate measures to ensure business continuity and where relevant to protect critical national infrastructure. This members only briefing will be a chance to discuss public and private interpretations of risk and resilience and explore how government and business can work better together to protect critical national infrastructure.
Please note all CSARN events are held under the Chatham House Rule.
Confirmed speakers and Agenda
|08:30||Registration and Breakfast served and welcome from chair Justin Crump, CSARN|
|08:45||Felicity Oswald-Nicholls / Deputy Director: Risks, Infrastructure & High Impacts: Civil Contingencies Secretariat, Cabinet Office
HM Government's strategy for engaging with the Private Sector
|09:15||Tour of Parliament|
|10:15||Professor Bridgette Sullivan-Taylor / Warwick Business School
New Thinking on Inter-organisational Risk and Resilience
|11:15||Robert Hall / London First
The Role of the Private Sector in Securing Critical National Infrastructure
|12:30||Lunch in Dining Room B, House of Commons|