Specific objectives

In times of crisis, existing or announced, teams of analysts specializing in the projection of alternative risk estimation scenarios, come with the same question to policy makers in their country: you have an up-to-date analysis of present and future risks, in relation to the size , the depth and extent of the crisis, what does the structure, relevance, quality and possibility of control over their own areas of critical infrastructure present?

Under these conditions, it is seriously necessary to identify at national level the possible types of critical infrastructures:

  • electricity generation and transmission systems;
  • natural gas production, transmission and distribution systems;
  • oil production, transportation and distribution systems;
  • telecommunications systems together with related service infrastructures;
  • public health infrastructure with everything that means medical staff, hospitals, instruments, medicines and transport and communications systems;
  • infrastructures of transport systems of any type (sea, land and air;
  • financial services;
  • public security and defense institutions (eg police, gendarmerie and army);
  • forest ecosystems;
  • national irrigation infrastructures;