Critical Energy Infrastructure Protection

Critical Energy Infrastructure Protection in Turkiye, Caucasus & Middle East

 

Prosecure™ addresses Critical Energy Infrastructure Protection solutions in Turkiye, Caucasus, and the Middle East region through comprehensive risk analysis, objective research, case studies, drills, tabletop exercises, and situational awareness training that assists national agencies and the private sector in preventing and mitigating terrorist attacks and criminal activities, as well as in improving disaster preparedness, incident management, business continuity, response, and recovery.

 

The 21st-century way of life depends heavily on critical infrastructures that supply energy, communications, transportation, and more. Protecting these infrastructures is a national security and human rights priority.

 

With threats to critical energy infrastructure constantly evolving, technology must stay a step ahead. The last 20 years have brought numerous enhancements to critical energy infrastructure protection and surveillance, with multiple separate systems, including intruder detection, virtual perimeters, and advanced access control-command platforms. We work and focus on the future of critical energy infrastructure protection solutions and try to understand how the latest developments and innovations unify procedures, protect people, and reduce risk.

 

Our holistic ‘Critical Energy Infrastructure Protection Program’ specializes in energy systems. Our team works daily with a passion for discovering the best solutions to mitigate non-technical risks and enhance the security and resilience of critical energy infrastructures, mainly oil and gas pipelines, refineries, dams, wind turbines, solar energy fields, and nuclear power plants.

 

We also try to follow and contribute to academic research and discussions on critical energy infrastructure protection through related public and private institutions, including, but not limited to, the NATO Energy Security Center of Excellence, The European Programme for Critical Infrastructure Protection (EPCIP), and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).

 

Critical Energy Infrastructure Protection is a concept that relates to the preparedness and response to serious incidents that involve essential infrastructures of energy, a region, or a nation.

Critical Infrastructure is the physical and cyber systems and assets so vital to a nation that their incapacity or destruction would have a debilitating impact on our physical or economic security or public health or safety.

 

Every public and private organization should have an obligation to protect their critical infrastructure operations against terrorist attacks, criminal activities, and natural disasters. Today’s interdependent and interconnected world requires joint efforts and holistic approaches to the growing number of attacks against critical infrastructure assets.

 

Hasan Alsancak, a former Turkish police superintendent and Security Director of BTC Crude Oil Pipeline Co., BP Gas, Downstream, Lubricants, and Air Operations, leads the Prosecure Critical Infrastructure Infrastructure Protection Program. He contributed to the development of the Critical Energy Infrastructure Protection concept in Turkiye, the Caucasus, the Middle East region, and NATO. Accordingly, he was crucial in establishing the NATO Energy Security Center of Excellence.

 

Please contact us to discuss further details on our solutions for Critical Energy Infrastructure Protection in Turkiye, the Caucasus, and the Middle East region.

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