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A Bit about Nuclear Security and How it is Risk-Informed - Joe Rivers (Rivers Security Services)

INES Colloquium

Event Details

Date
Tuesday, December 1, 2020
Time
12-12:50 p.m.
Location
Description
The talk will provide a brief overview of nuclear security, with some of the history and what are the basic building blocks. It will then progress into a discussion of how risk information is used in nuclear security. This will include developing graded security programs based on the potential consequence resulting from adversary actions. It will present an overview of vital area identification, which uses safety and security risk information to identify the areas that must be protected.
Cost
Free

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