New Regional Director for North America
The International Association of Critical Infrastructure Protection Professionals (IACIPP) is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Frédéric Petit as Regional Director – North America
Frédéric Petit is a Research Scientist specialising in critical infrastructure interdependencies and resilience at Argonne National Laboratory. Dr. Petit leads the development of methodologies for the assessment of preparedness, mitigation, response, recovery, and overall resilience capabilities of facilities, communities, and regions. He also lends his expertise to work on risk, vulnerability and threat analysis of critical infrastructure. Dr. Petit received his PhD from the École Polytechnique de Montreal in Civil Engineering focusing on vulnerability analysis techniques for critical infrastructure and dependencies on cybernetics. After an initial formation in earth sciences and civil engineering, Dr. Petit has specialized in risk management and business continuity since 2002. Dr. Petit is member of various program committees for conferences such as the Symposium on Risk Management and Cyber-Informatics (RMCI) and the Critical Infrastructure Symposium (CIS)..
His primary role will be to develop closer relationships with the Regional authorities and stakeholders and raise the profile organisation within the USA and Canada.
John Donlon QPM Chairman of the IACIPP said: We are delighted to have a colleague of Frédéric’s caliber representing and promoting the work of the organization in North America. He has an incredibly impressive CV in the field of critical infrastructure protection so I am delighted to formally welcome him to the team.