Dr Robert Mikac has been appointed Regional Director Eastern Europe. Robert is Assistant Professor in the area of Social Sciences, Field of Political Science, Subfield International Relations and National Security at the Faculty of Political Science University of Zagreb.
He is a specialist in International Relations; International and National Security; Crisis and Disaster Management; Civil Protection; Afghanistan; Privatization of Security, Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience; Migrations and Security.
He is also the former Head of Civil protection of the Republic of Croatia development system; participant in the creation of numerous strategic and normative documents in the field of national security. Assessor of the state and consequences in catastrophes and severe accidents, and direct manager and commander of the Civil protection forces.
As well as developing relations with key actors and organisations within the region, Robert will establish and lead our second new Working Group ‘Public Private Partnership in Critical Infrastructure’.
?John Donlon QPM Chairman of the IACIPP said: We are extremely pleased that we have been able to attract another new colleague of Robert’s calibre to represent and promote the work of the organisation in Eastern Europe. So I am delighted to formally welcome him to the team.
We will continue to welcome new members who share with us the desire to make the world a safer place.
Membership is currently free to government agencies and operators, so if you would like to become a part of our organisation, you can register at: www.cipre-expo.com
The International Association of Critical Infrastructure Protection Professionals (IACIPP), is an international association of practitioners and professionals involved in the security and safety of critical infrastructure, both physical and information infrastructure.
Membership is currently FREE and open to critical infrastructure operators, including site managers, security officers, government agencies, government agency officials and policy makers only. The purpose of the association is to share ideas, information, experiences, technology and best practise.