Maritime infrastructures - Critical, safe & secure
Event date: 18 November 2021

Globalization, digitalization, and sustainability efforts are leading to structural, procedural, and operational changes in existing maritime infrastructures. At the same time, new designs and concepts for future infrastructures and their usage are emerging in the industry. Reliability is essential for each of these infrastructures, as they perform critical functions on which our societies increasingly depend.

Securing these maritime infrastructures requires a multi-layered and multi-disciplinary approach, including identifying old and new threats, mitigating vulnerabilities, assessing risks and uncertainties, and improving performance.

A holistic framework for creating resilient infrastructure systems at the component, system, and system-of-systems levels that incorporates technical, organizational, economic, social, and environmental dimensions has not yet been established.

MARISSA Day 4 will bring together experts from industry, government, and academia who deal with these challenges on a daily basis to discuss their experiences. Speakers will also share their visions on how to maintain or increase the level of security we depend on in the future.

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