ISA AND SEC CHERTOFF KEYNOTE WORLD NUKE SECURITY EVENT
The World Institute of Nuclear Security (WINS) contacted the ISA in late 2011 for assistance in developing an incentive-based model for nuclear facility security that is global in scale. In conjunction with this request, ISA President Clinton, along with DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff, was asked to keynote the WINS international nuclear security conference in Vienna, Austria.
ISA continues to maintain an ongoing relationship with WINS, exchanging expertise in the areas of cybersecurity and incentives for that learned from the more mature nuclear security space. An upcoming conference is currently scheduled for August 2012 in Vienna, and ongoing collaborative projects include: investigating US and European models of motivating enhanced security as well as the feasibility of developing a singular, cross-sector, international framework that will span and address various security issues.
To learn more about ISA’s International approach to cybersecurity, click the “International” tab above or its link below or click the above tab or link below for “Social Contract.” For further information about ISA’s international reach and breadth of activity, click here or the International tab. To learn more about WINS, click here for WINS’s website.