The Security Research Event 2023 held in Brussels on 24-25 October was the perfect opportunity for PEERS to meet other researchers and practitioners working on security-related topics, to discuss the state of the art of the project and our progress.
Due to limited space, this year was difficult being available, meaning that not all projects were able to demonstrate. However, thanks to CSTAC, the CBRN and Standardisation Cluster of projects pioneered by PEERS, colleagues from our sister project INCLUDING kindly provided the opportunity for us to present work by hosting our latest information on their stand.
On behalf of PEERS, Jon Hall and David Wales from the Resilience Advisors Network were present, to make sure that the Cluster approach went well.
They took the opportunity to present an overview of the project, with a strong focus on CBRNE standardisation for responders.
The newly launched PEERS Demonstrator Group was well received and details of the three scenarios being built to show-off the capabilities of the PEERS ecosystem were presented:
- Decontamination and Medical Countermeasures
- Standard Operating Procedures for first responders
- The use of NATO CBRNE standards on a civilian environment.