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September 25, 2018 - posted in News

Check out this video with highlights from the DRS-7 Critical Infrastructure Resilience event, where IMPROVER, together with the four projects DARWIN, SMR, RESILENS and RESOLUTE, presented recommendations on how to align European Resilience Management Guidelines.

September 12, 2018 - posted in News,Results

The questionnaire results show that the willingness to tolerate a disruption appears to be linked to the amount of inconvenience a given disruption would impart on the respondent.

September 11, 2018 - posted in News,Results

August 23, 2018 - posted in Results

This work is an extension of the study presented in IMPROVER D4.3 (Bram, Degerman, Melkunaite, Urth, & Carreira, 2016), including an organisational resilience indicator framework. The overarching theme of D4.3 was that striving for resilience is not only about knowing what organisational abilities to boost, but more about the way in which such abilities are … Continue reading Deliverable 4.6 Operationalising organisational resilience to critical infrastructure

August 23, 2018 - posted in Results

This report contributes to the IMPROVER project by providing information on the use of traditional and social media by relevant stakeholders to increase the resilience of critical infrastructures. It builds on the results of IMPROVER project D4.1 to explore the communication practices adopted by emergency managers and blue light organisations (e.g. police, fire and rescue … Continue reading Deliverable 4.5 A Communication Strategy to build Critical Infrastructure Resilience

August 23, 2018 - posted in Results

The project is developing methodologies for the implementation of societal, organisational and technological resilience concepts to critical infrastructure. The current report focuses on the application of technological resilience for critical infrastructure. Chapter 4 of the report gives an overview of technological concepts which contribute to the overall resilience of critical infrastructure. The individual technological resilience … Continue reading Deliverable 3.2 Technological resilience concepts applied to critical infrastructure

August 23, 2018 - posted in Results

This report is a documentation of the three associate partner workshops that has been undertaken during the project. The report outlines the planning of the workshops as well as the minutes of the discussions that emerged during the workshops. The associate partners in IMPROVER represent critical infrastructure operators and stakeholders, civil contingencies agencies and universities, … Continue reading Deliverable 1.7 Report from associate partner workshops

June 15, 2018 - posted in News

  The June 2018 newsletter has arrived and we’ve got plenty to report: partners have been hard at work organising and fascilitating workshops and presenting at conferences around the world! check it out by clicking here And be sure to follow us on Twitter

June 7, 2018 - posted in News

It was a successful final pilot implementation workshop! In attendance were different representatives working and researching in Budapest, many of whom are impacted directly by critical infrastructure and resilience.  We are grateful for the collaboration between all of the participants and partners, giving us the insight and understanding we need to move forward. The presentations … Continue reading Our final Pilot Implementation workshop in Budapest, Hungary!

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