Director of Industrial Control Systems, SANS Institute
Experts from the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) are attending the 57th Institute of Nuclear Materials Management (INMM) Conference where they will address outcomes from the 2016 Nuclear Security Summit, the importance of the US-India Nuclear Security relationship, and the need for greater attention and focus on cyber threats to nuclear security. The conference, which provides a forum to exchange the latest technical information related to nuclear materials management, including safeguards and security, is taking place July 24-28 in Atlanta, GA.
Among the papers NTI experts are submitting to INMM:
Global Action on Cybersecurity at Nuclear Facilities
Authors: Michelle Nalabandian, Page Stoutland, and Alexandra Van Dine
Transformative Guiding Principles for Implementing Cybersecurity at Nuclear Facilities
Authors: Michael Assante, Page Stoutland, and Alexandra Van Dine
Strengthening the US-India Nuclear Security Relationship
Authors: Leon Ratz and Rajeswari Rajagopalan
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