Page Stoutland, Ph.D.
Consultant, Scientific and Technical Affairs
All countries—but particularly those with emerging nuclear programs that lack the hands-on knowledge gained through operating experience—are struggling to attract the technical talent needed to successfully address the risk of cyberattacks on nuclear facilities.
Promote greater international cooperation by engaging and building a network of cybersecurity experts from operational nuclear facilities.
A sustainable global network that enables best-practice exchange and cooperation.
The Forum brings together cyber-nuclear leaders to share experiences and practices to strengthen cybersecurity at nuclear facilities. Meetings are by invitation only, with up to forty attendees, to provide an environment for substantive engagement. Specifically, we are:
Support of the Forum by NTI and corporate donors allows meeting participation as well as lodging and meals to be provided free of charge to attendees. Travel support is available for participants from developing countries and others on a case-by-case basis.
NTI welcomes financial contributions to support the Forum. We want to thank the sponsors of the Cyber-Nuclear Forum—Bruce Power, Exelon Corporation, Urenco, the Nuclear Energy Institute and the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office—without whom the Forum would not be possible.
To inquire about joining or supporting the Forum, please contact NTI at [email protected].
NTI convened more than 30 cybersecurity experts to discuss practical steps for strengthening cybersecurity at nuclear facilities around the world.
More than 40 experts from nuclear operators across 15 countries and several international organizations worked to develop practical steps to strengthen cybersecurity at nuclear facilities during the fifth meeting of NTI’s Cyber-Nuclear Forum earlier this month.