transportation, magazine, continuity planning
Contingency Today covers all significant threats to the Critical National Infrastructure, including electronic attack and the sophisticated misuse of computer systems; physical attacks by terrorist organisations and other criminals; the effects of climate change; and other natural disasters, including pandemics, fire and flood.
Critical National Infrastructure can be defined as those assets, services or systems which, if destroyed or damaged, threaten the social or economic well-being of the nation, including by the infliction of mass casualties. Our target readers are those who have the policy, budgetary and operational responsibilities for the protection of key components of this infrastructure, including computer and communications systems, transport services, health facilities, utility networks, industrial plant and financial networks.
Main Editorial Focus:
Business resilience and continuity planning
Critical National Infrastructure
Emergency response and disaster recovery
International bio-terrorism defence
Pandemic, fire and natural disaster prevention
Transportation (air, ground, sea) and border