Resilience of critical infrastructures in Campinas - Brazil (RCIC)

Campinas
Brazil
Organizer(s)
Departamento de Defesa Civil de Campinas
Venue
ETECAP – Escola Técnica Estadual Conselheiro Antônio Prado. Av. Cônego Antônio Roccato, S/N – Jardim Santa Mônica, SP – Sala 2.

The International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction began in 1989, after a call by the United Nations General Assembly for a day to promote a global culture of risk-awareness and disaster reduction. The 2019 edition continues as part of the "Sendai Seven" campaign, centred on the seven targets of the Sendai Framework. This year will focus on Target (d) of the Sendai Framework, reduce disaster damage to critical infrastructure and the disruption of basic services.

Programming:

Opening:

Sidnei Furtado Fernandes

Promoter of the Building Resilient Cities in Brazil Campaign by the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction — UNDRR, Regional Coordinator of Protection and Civil Defense of Campinas.

Speeches:

Unclear risk:

Fábio Máximo

Information Security Analyst working in the Information Security area for 15 years. Information Security analyst specialized by Senac, worked as a translator of free software projects, Linux instructor and university teacher.

Cyber resilience: a vision beyond technology

Rogério Winter

Brazilian Army Colonel graduated from the Military Academy Agulhas Negras with over 30 years of professional experience and primarily engaged in information security, cyber warfare, command and control, electronic warfare and cybersecurity. Performed various professional activities within the Brazilian Army and Ministry of Science, Technology Innovations and Communications (MCTIC). Lecturer at academic and corporate events in Brazil and abroad with topics related to defense and cyber security. He is currently a consultant for SisDIA (Sistema Defesa, Indústria e Academia de Inovação do Exército Brasileiro em Campinas), Brazilian Defense, Industry and Innovation Academy System in Campinas.

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