Dr. Michal Titko graduated from the Faculty of Security Engineering, University of Zilina, where he also completed his PhD study in the field of Crisis Management. Currently, he is a professor assistant at Department of Crisis Management at the Faculty of Security Engineering. His research is focused on crisis planning, assessment of the critical infrastructure elements vulnerability and assessment of the societal resilience and vulnerability to the impacts of disasters. Vulnerability and resilience assessment of the society was his main task within the FP7 project (RAIN – Risk Analysis of Network Infrastructure in response to Extreme Weather). In addition, he was a co-investigator of another FP7 project (COBACORE – Community Based Comprehensive Recovery) and a co-investigator of several national projects. He is an author and co-author of more than 35 papers.