The Program for Risk and Vulnerability Analysis Development (PRIVAD) continues the Framework Program for Risk and Vulnerability Analysis (FRIVA), which was finalized in 2011. PRIVAD will serve to develop methods and tools for risk and vulnerability analyses at all levels of the society, in order to better be able to predict, prevent and handle all types of risks and threats to the society.
Four scientific clusters covering the following research areas have been formed in PRIVAD:
•Risk and vulnerability in a horizontal and vertical perspective
•Risk and vulnerability analysis for interdependent critical infrastructure
•Development of societal resilience through multi-organizational response preparedness
•Information security in crisis management in authorities and society
The program is active during 2011-2015 and financed by the Swedish civil contingencies agency (MSB).
For more information, contact Henrik Tehler.