About us
Who we are

Who we are

The Institute for Security and Safety (ISS) provides advice, international education and training concepts, and contributes in research projects in the areas of digital, cyber, and nuclear security. We believe that people make the difference as to whether or not security works. That is why we put great emphasis on capacity building, collaboration, and sharing experiences worldwide.

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Our Vision

Cyber threats know no borders. Thus, cyber security must know no borders, too. We need worldwide collaboration and cooperation in order to defend institutions, governments, and organizations against cyber-crimes. Being a leading institute for international capacity building, education, and security management in the areas of digital and cyber security in critical infrastructures, the automotive sector, and the industry 4.0, we provide advice, promote international capacity building, and contribute to research projects worldwide

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Status

The Institute for Security and Safety (ISS) holds the following statuses:
 
  • Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)
 
  • Founding Member of the IAEA International Nuclear Security Education Network (INSEN)
 
  • Observer in the IAEA International Network for Nuclear Security Training and Support Centres (NSSC)
 
  • Centre of Excellence of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU Academy).
 
  • Member of the Stakeholder Community of EU Cyber Net
 
  • Member of the OSCE Network of Think Tanks and Institutions

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Team

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Meet the team behind the Institute for Security and Safety (ISS):

Cooperation

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Contact us for future cooperation in research and capacity building in the field of security:

Key Topics

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The Institute for Security and Safety (ISS) addresses a range of key topics  in its work: