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International Conference on Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and Nuclear Facilities - Programme

13–17 November 2017, Vienna, Austria

Physical Protection of Nuclear Material Conference 2017




10:0011:00:      Opening Plenary Session 1A

Opening Remarks by Juan Carlos Lentijo, Deputy Director General, IAEA Department of Nuclear Safety and Security

Raja Abdul Aziz Raja Adnan, Director, Division of Nuclear Security, IAEA Department of Nuclear Safety and Security

Opening Statement by Kathleen Heppell-Massys, Directorate of Security and Safeguards, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

Roger Howsley, World Institute for Nuclear Security (WINS)

Ben Whittard, World Nuclear Transport Institute (WNTI)

John Buchanan, INTERPOL

11:00-12:45:     Main Panel Session 1B: Universalization of the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and its Amendment

P. Johnson, IAEA Office of Legal Affairs

N. Akiyama, Permanent Mission of Japan (Presentation)

K. Mrabit, Moroccan Agency for Nuclear and Radiological Safety and Security (Presentation)

E. Osaisai, Nigeria Atomic Energy Commission

A. Hall, National Security Council, United States of America

F. Deluchi, Ministry of Energy and Mining, Argentina

12:45-14:00:     Side Event: Evolving Threats and Advanced Technology – What does it mean for Nuclear Security?

(Organized by the World Institute for Nuclear Security (WINS))

What will be the impact of Big Data and Data Analytics, Behavioural and Biometric Analysis, Robotic Guards and Remotely Operated Weapons Systems, Small Modular Reactors (SMR) and a world that is interconnected in real time like never before?

14:00-15:30:     Scenario-based Policy Discussion 1C

The Interactive Session is designed to highlight the benefits of universal adherence to the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material (CPPNM) and the Amendment to the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material. It will focus on credible threats of unlawful taking of nuclear material and sabotage of a nuclear facility. This session also highlights cyber and insider threat issues and helps identify the notification and information exchange mechanisms as set forth in the A-CPPNM.

15:30-16:00    Coffee/Tea Break

16:00-17:30    Main Panel Session 1D: Implementation of Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and its Amendment

J. Vaclav, Nuclear Regulatory Authority of the Slovak Republic (Presentation)

M. Pain, Department for Nuclear Security, France (Presentation)

T. Bieda, Ministry of Energy and Mining, Argentina (Presentation)

P. Sharma, Ministry of External Affairs, India (Presentation)

V. Cserveny, Permanent Mission of Hungary


09:00–10:30:     Main Panel Session 2A: Legislative and Regulatory Framework for the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material in Use, Storage and Transport and of Nuclear Facilities

N. Bello, Nigerian Nuclear Regulatory Authority (Presentation)

J. Rivers, United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (Presentation)

J. Jia, China Atomic Energy Authority (Presentation)

N. Masriera, Nuclear Regulatory Authority, Argentina (Presentation)

11:00–13:00:     Technical Session 2B-1: Physical Protection Regime I

A. Elabd, Egypt - Strengthening the National Physical Protection Regime: Actions Needed to Move Forward (Presentation)

S. Basille, France - Specialized Command for Nuclear Security: Coordinate the Response of State Security Forces to Nuclear Threats and Breaches (Presentation)

B. Boustani, Morocco - Implementation of a Nuclear Security System in the Kingdom of Morocco (Presentation)

A. Kibria, Bangladesh - Drive in Strengthening the Physical Protection Regime of Bangladesh (Presentation)

Technical Session 2C-1: Assessments: Methodologies and Tools

Y. Kang, Republic of Korea - Development of Physical Protection Vulnerability Assessment Tool TESS (Presentation)

M. Parrilla, A. Friend, United States of America - Best Practices on Methodologies and Techniques to Assess the Effectiveness of Physical Protection Measures and Systems (Presentation)

A. Chetaine, Morocco - Assessment Methodologies and Evaluation of the Physical Protection System (Presentation)

M. Snell, United States of America - Summary of Analysis Methodology Results of the Nuclear Security Assessment Methodologies (NUSAM) Coordinated Research Project (Presentation)

Technical Session 2D: Implementation of INFCIRC/225/Rev.5: Case Studies

N. Noro, Japan - ISCN’s Activities to Promote Universalization of INFCIRC/225/Rev.5 (Presentation)

S. Suharyanta, Indonesia - Strengthening Physical Protection Regulatory Requirements based on INFCIRC 225 Rev.5 in Indonesia (Presentation)

O. Bukharin, United States of America - INFCIRC/225/Rev.5: Implementation at a Facility-Level: Common Issues and Best Practices (Presentation)

N. Luwalira, Uganda - Uganda's Experience in the Implementation of the CPPNM and its Amendment (Presentation)

Technical Session 2E-1: Legal and Regulatory Requirements: Approaches to Development

S. Shah, Pakistan - Development of Physical Protection Regulatory Requirements (Presentation)

L. Wang, China - An Introduction of Draft Regulations on Nuclear Security (Presentation)

D. Kovchegin, Russian Federation - Combining International Best Practices and Local Specifics in Developing National Physical Protection Regulations (Presentation)

B. Aregga, Ethiopia - Legal and Regulatory Framework and Situation for Physical Protection of Nuclear /Radioactive Materials in Ethiopia (Presentation)

C. Siserman, Austria - Comparative Analysis on the National Approaches for the Legal Implementation and Criminalization of the Offences Under the Convention for the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material (CPPNM) and its Amendment (Presentation)

13:00-14:00    Lunch Break/Side Events

Shapash Research Institute 3D Model

(Organized by the IAEA Department of Nuclear Safety and Security)

The side event will take attendees on a tour of the Shapash Nuclear Research Institute 3D interactive model. Presenters will provide background on how the model was developed for the IAEA, the technical specifications, and how the model is used to support IAEA training.

14:00-16:00     Technical Session 2B-2: Physical Protection Regime II

M. Alifei, Chad The Physical Protection of Nuclear Materials and Ionizing Radiation Sources in Chad (Presentation)

F. Elsisi, Egypt -  Sanctions as a Legal Deterrence Mean in the National Physical Protection Regime (Presentation)

N. Uetake, Japan - Current Nuclear Security Regime in Japan-Efforts for Compliance with NSS-13 and CPPNM Amendment (Presentation)

R. Howsley, World Institute for Nuclear Security (WINS) – Nuclear and Aviation Security - A Comparative Analysis (Presentation)

Technical Session 2C-2: Assessments: Case Studies and IPPAS Missions

S. Alsaadi, United Arab Emirates - Nuclear Security Regulatory Authorization and Assessment Process for Barakah NPP in United Arab Emirates (Presentation)

M. Bailey, United States of America - Assessment of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Security Baseline Inspection Program (Presentation)

H. Kroeger, Germany - IPPAS Mission in Germany (Presentation)

Z. Stefanka, Hungary - Lessons Learned from the IPPAS Follow-Up Mission to Hungary (Presentation)

T. Messer, United States of America - Safeguards and Security Limited Notice Performance Testing:  A Systems Approach (Presentation)

Technical Session 2F-1: Physical Protection Approaches: Methodologies

G. Sharma, India - A Model for Performance Based Method for Designing a PPS (Presentation)

B. Maxwell, United States of America - Security Layer Failures and Integrated Dependency (Presentation)

Z. Zhao, China - The Best Practice of Acceptance Test for Physical Protection System at Nuclear Facility (Presentation)

M. May, United States of America - U.S. Department of Energy Alternate Protection Strategy for Nuclear Fuel Elements - Description of an Alternative Approach for Analyzing the Protection of Nuclear Fuel Elements

Technical Session 2E-2: Legal and Regulatory Requirements: Case Studies

M. Medić, Croatia - Changes in the Croatian Legal and Regulatory Framework for Physical Protection (Presentation)

M. Mogahed, Sudan - Legal Element for Physical Protection Regime Sudanese as Case Study (Presentation)

A. Wiesbaum, Germany - The Development of Guidelines for the Transport of Nuclear Material in Germany (Presentation)

M. Ivanov, Russian Federation - Rostechnadzor Experience in the Use of the IAEA Recommendations during Improvement of the Regulatory Framework for the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and Nuclear Facilities (Presentation)

E. Freeman, United States of America - U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Safety and Security - Policy and Oversight (Presentation)

16:00-16:30    Coffee/Tea Break

Poster Session

S. Trélat, France - Shock Wave Propagation around Convex Structure

S. Eveillard, France - Dopex Project: Toward Fast-Computing Tools For Weapon Effects Evaluation On Nuclear Facilities

M. Zagrajek, Poland - IPPAS Mission in Poland

B. Srimok, Thailand - Experiences Addressing IPPAS Recommendations through Organization Changes

K. Tun, Myanmar - Developing and Sustaining a Physical Protection Regime in Myanmar

V. Kovtunov, Austria - Assessment of Nuclear and Other Radioactive Material Attractiveness as a Part of the Graded Approach for Nuclear Security Management of a Research Reactor

I. Ahmad, Pakistan - Evolution of Physical Protection Systems and Measures, Technological Advancements and Future Challenges

E.H. Riyadi, Indonesia - Regulation on Physical Protection in Indonesia

M. Annor-Nyarko, Ghana - Regulatory Framework for the Physical Protection of Activities and Practices Involving the Uses of Nuclear and Radioactive Material in Ghana

M. Beaudette, Canada - Challenges and Solutions for Sharing Classified Information with Licensees Using, Storing and Transporting High Risk Radioactive Sources

I. Gunawan, Indonesia  - Physical Protection of Nuclear Material during Transport in Island Countries

L. Bloomfield Torres, Brazil - Evolution of Brazilian Physical Protection Regulations

C. Manda, Malawi - Assessment of the Regulatory Framework in Nuclear Security: A Case of the Opportunities and Challenges of Malawi

16:30–18:30     Technical Session 2B-3: Physical Protection Regime III

A. Salahuddin, Bangladesh - An Analysis on Effective Physical Protection System Development for Nuclear Materials and Nuclear Facilities in Bangladesh (Presentation)

A. Touarsi, Morocco - Developing and Sustaining a Physical Protection Regime for Nuclear Material During Transport, Use, Storage and for Nuclear Facilities (Presentation)

R. Officer, United Kingdom - Nuclear Maritime Security Assurance Programme (Presentation)

Technical Session 2G: Design Basis Threat

M. Bunn, United States of America - Protecting Nuclear Materials and Facilities Against the Full Spectrum of Plausible Threats (Presentation)

H. Elsayed, Egypt - Identification and Assessment of Threats for a Nuclear Fuel Fabrication Facility (NFFF) (Presentation)

C. Engelhardt, Germany - Development and Evaluation of the Design Basis Threat in Germany (Presentation)

S. Callahan, United States of America - U.S. Department of Energy 2016 Design Basis Threat (DBT) Methodology

Technical Session 2F-2: Physical Protection Approaches: Case Studies

M. Sparks, United States of America - The U.S. Department of Energy’s Use of Defense in Depth in Physical Protection

M. Kang, Republic of Korea - Application to Vital Area Identification of Nuclear Power Plants based on PSA (Presentation)

M. Hojnacke, United States of America - U.S. Department of Energy - A Qualitative Physical Protection System Risk Assessment Methodology

R. Rodger, United Kingdom - Meeting Outcomes Based Regulation Through Performance Assessment (Presentation)

S. Perkins-Grew, United States of America - Proposed Approach for Crediting a Law Enforcement Response to a Physical Attack on a Nuclear Power Plant (Presentation)

Technical Session 2E-3: Legal and Regulatory Requirements: Regulatory Oversight

T. Seabright, United Kingdom - Development of an Outcome Focused Security Regime and the Associated Security Assessment Principles in the United Kingdom (Presentation)

R. Pashayev, Azerbaijan - Regulatory Oversight and Control of the Physical Protection of Nuclear Materials and Nuclear Facilities And Compliance with the Requirements of the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and its Amendment (Presentation)

N. Bello, Nigeria - Regulatory Oversight of the Physical Protection of the Nigeria Research Reactor -1 (NIRR-1) and other Category 1 Radiological Facilities in Nigeria (Presentation)

M. Roston, Argentina - The Role of the Nuclear Regulatory Authority of Argentina in the Implementation of the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material (CPPNM) and its Amendment (Presentation)

18:30-20:30     Welcome Reception

(Ground Floor, M-Building)


09:00–10:30    Main Panel Session 3A: Developing and Sustaining a Physical Protection Regime for Nuclear Material in Use, Storage and Transport and of Nuclear Facilities

Y. Naoi,  Japan Atomic Energy Agency (Presentation)

L. Kostov, Nuclear Regulatory Agency, Bulgaria (Presentation)

A. Izmaylov, JSC "Federal Centre of Science and High Technologies", Russian Federation (Presentation)

T. Majeed, Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS) (Presentation)

10:30–11:00     Coffee / Tea Break 

Interactive Content Presentations

10:30–10:45     Interactive Content Presentations

O. Ofodile, Nigeria - Considerations for the Design and Implementation of Physical Protection for a Proposed New Multi-Purpose Research Reactor Complex (MPRCC) (Presentation)

J. Edwards, United Kingdom - Vulnerability Assessment Continuum (Presentation)

10:45–11:00     Interactive Content Presentations

A. Alsalman, Jordan - Regulatory Oversight of Trustworthiness for Employees in Research Reactors

R. Cushnie, Jamaica - Safety and Security a Single Entity for the JM-1 SLOWPOKE-2 Reactor (Presentation)

11:00–13:00     Technical Session 3B-1: Physical Protection Regime: Facility

V. Maltsev, Russian Federation - Physical Protection is the Keystone of Security

T. Wellington, United States of America - The Role of Nuclear Forensics in Implementing International Nuclear Security Conventions such as the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and its 2005 Amendment (CPPNM/A) United States of America (Presentation)

R. Rodger, United Kingdom - Integration of Security into a Concept Design for a Facility (Presentation)

J. Lautier, France - AIEA: Enhancing Security Conference Protecting Nuclear Sensitives Sites (Presentation)

R. Burgul, International Nuclear Services Ltd. - Supply Chain Security – Where’s Your Weakest Link? (Presentation)

Technical Session 3C-1: Training and Capacity Building: Academic

T. Majeed, Pakistan - Physical Protection Systems Education at Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS): Current Status, Lessons Learnt, and Future Prospects (Presentation)

F. Holl, Germany - Master of Science Program in Nuclear Security (MiNS) – A Project Overview and Future Challenges (Presentation)

M. Hazzaa, Egypt - A Proposal for the Role of Nuclear Security Support Center to Sustain a National Nuclear Security Regime (Presentation)

D. Evans, World Institute for Nuclear Security (WINS) - Implementation of IAEA INFCIRC/901: Promoting Certification, Quality Management and Sustainability for Nuclear Security Training (Presentation)

S. Jovanovic, Montenegro - Education, Knowledge, Competence – Fundamental Prerequisites for Successful Implementation of Nuclear-and-Radiation-Related Physical Protection (Presentation)

Technical Session 3D: Safety-Security Interface

R. Karanam, India - Holistic Approach to Nuclear Safety, Security and Safeguards: Opportunities and Challenges (Presentation)

M. Abdelaal, Egypt - Enhancement the Surveillance Programme of Nuclear Facilities based Safety and Security Synergy Concepts (Presentation)

E. Waller, Canada - Training and Exercising the Nuclear Safety and Nuclear Security Interface Incident Response Through Synthetic Environment, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Simulations (Presentation)

J. Sjöström, Sweden - Security/Safety Interface in Practice: Lessons Learned from the Swedish Joint Regulatory Project (Presentation)

R. Rajdeep, India - Safety–Security Interface at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai, India (Presentation)

Technical Session 3E: Nuclear Material Accountancy and Control

J. Vidaurre-Henry, Japan - Training on Nuclear Material Accounting and Control (NMAC) for Emerging Countries in Asia (Presentation)

S. Bznuni, Armenia - Application of NUCMAT for Improving Nuclear Materials Accounting for and Control Practice (Presentation)

A. LaFleur, United States of America - U.S. Experience Implementing Nuclear Material Accountancy and Control (NMAC) & Physical Protection (PP) for Nuclear Security (Presentation)

M. Charette, Canada - WNTI Working Group on UF6 cylinder Identification (Presentation)

R. Larsen, IAEA - Comparison Between Nuclear Material Accounting and Control for Nuclear Security and a State System of Accounting for Safeguards (Presentation)

13:00-14:00    Lunch Break/Side Events

Nuclear Security e-Learning

(Organized by the IAEA Department of Nuclear Safety and Security)

This event will showcase the suite of IAEA nuclear security e-learning modules and engage a wide range of users in an interactive and hands-on session, including demonstrations of different modules.

14:00-16:00    Technical Session 3B-2: Physical Protection Regime: Improvements

N. Klos, Ukraine - Implementation of Amendment to the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and Nuclear Facilities in Ukraine: Lessons Learned (Presentation)

S. Qureshi, India - Nuclear Security and Amended CPPNM Recommendations - Implementation Perspective (Presentation)

Z. Hassan, Egypt - Methodology for Upgrading Physical Protection Systems at Nuclear Facilities

R. Mahmood, Pakistan - Sustainability of Physical Protection Equipment Throughout the lifecycle of a Nuclear Facility (Presentation)

Technical Session 3C-2: Training and Capacity Building: Case Studies

C. Hobbs, United Kingdom - The United Kingdom’s Experience in Developing and Delivering Physical Protection Workshops (Presentation)

R. Matsuzawa, Japan - Practices of ISCN in Providing Effective Training Courses: Utilization of the Physical Protection Exercise Field

A. Kuskov, Russian Federation - Training and Advanced Training of Nuclear Security Specialists in the Russian Federation (Presentation)

C. Crawford, United States of America - Human Capacity Building in Nuclear Security (Presentation)

Y. Hasan, Indonesia - Capacity Building for the Physical Protection Systems Strengthening of BATAN’s Nuclear Facilities (Presentation)

Technical Session 3F-1: Computer Security: PPS I

N. Agbemava, Ghana - Computer Security Design Methodology for Nuclear Facility & Physical Protection Systems (Presentation)

K. Ayoub, Sudan - The Strategies and Policies for Physical and Cyber Security in Sudan: A Case Study on Sudan's Governmental Data Centers (Presentation)

M. StJohn-Green, United Kingdom - Differences Between Defence in Depth for Computer Security and Physical Protection (Presentation)

A. Long, United States of America - Cyber-Physical System Security (Presentation)

Technical Session 3G-1: Nuclear Security Culture

A. Kohli, India - Challenges in Establishing Effective Nuclear Security Culture (Presentation)

C. Speicher, Germany - The Regulator’s Tools to Support the Operator’s Security Culture (Presentation)

S. Udum, Turkey - Physical Protection Regime-Universalization of the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and its 2005 Amendment (Presentation)

J. Kutuvan, India - Building Robust Nuclear Security Culture in Nuclear Research Centres (Presentation)

16:00-16:30     Poster Session

N. Izmailova, Kazakhstan - Establishment of the Nuclear Security Training Center in Kazakhstan

A. Krasnoborodko, Russian Federation - Development of Physical Protection Educational Laboratories in the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI

M. Kang, Republic of Korea - A Study on Systematic Implementation of Force on Force Exercise

S. Chanyotha, Thailand - Academic and Research on Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and Nuclear Facility Conducted in Thailand

H. Yücel, Turkey - Assessment of Educational Approaches to Strengthen The Physical Protection Regime of Turkey from Point of View Nuclear Security Culture

H. Abbassi, Morocco - Overview on CNESTEN Human Reliability Program

O. Alshehhi, United Arab Emirates - Developing and Sustaining a Physical Protection Regime in UAE

E. Riyadi, Indonesia - Strategy for Strengthening Physical Protection of Nuclear Materials and Nuclear Facilities in Indonesia

C. Soontrapa, Thailand - Path for Thailand towards Accession to Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and its Amendment

L. Rezende Martins, Brazil - Are You an Insider?

M. Wiśniewska, Poland - Polish Experiences in Self-Assessment of Nuclear Security Culture

M. Mladenović, Serbia - Strengthening Nuclear Security Culture within Public Company "Nuclear Facilities of Serbia" (Presentation)

M. DePhillips, United States of America - Cyber-Security Aspects of Physical Protection

D. Bokov, Russian Federation - Interaction of Nuclear Material Control and Accounting System and Physical Protection System for Nuclear Security Objectives

16:30-18:30     Technical Session 3B-3: Physical Protection Regime: Case Studies

M. Umayam, World Institute for Nuclear Security (WINS) - An Industry-Led Governance Framework for Demonstrating Strong Security (Presentation)

I. Ewa, Nigeria - Physical Systems and Regulatory Oversight for the Protection and Operation of the Nigeria Research Reactor-1 (Presentation)

R. Rosano, United States of America - Performance Testing Nuclear Security (Presentation)

M. S. Tall, Senegal - Preparation for the implementation of the Convention on Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and its Amendment in Senegal (Presentation)

P. Leverd, France - Physical Protection Specificities of a Deep Geological Disposal: The Case of the French Project Cigéo (Presentation)

Technical Session 3H: Training and Exercises

G. Curry, United States of America - The U.S. Department of Energy’s Use of Protective Force Standards to Ensure a Timely and Effective Response to Security Threats

R. Perc, Slovenia - How Force-on-Force Exercise Helped Us Build Joint Training Programme (Presentation)

J. Parker, United States of America - Outcomes-Based Training and Education for Protective Forces (Presentation)

Technical Session 3F-2:     Computer Security: PPS II

J. Clem, United States of America - Potential Weaknesses in the Cyber Systems of High-Security Physical Protection Systems (Presentation)

M. Findrik, Austria - Bridging The Gap Between Cyber-Attacks and Hazards in Nuclear Facilities: STPA-SafeSec and Attack Tree Approach

A. Khan, India - Enhancing Security of Physical Protection Systems through Software Behavioral Whitelisting (Presentation)

R. Poland, United States of America - Authenticated Sensor Interface Device for Securing Sensors and Data Transmission (Presentation)

M. Fabro, United States of America - Cybersecurity & Physical Protection: How Cyber Attacks Can Influence the Reliability and Integrity of Facility PPS & Communications

Technical Session 3G-2: Nuclear Security Culture: Assessments

M. Solymosi, Hungary - Practical Experiences of Combined Nuclear Security and Safety Culture Self-Assessments in NPPS (Presentation)

A. Williams, United States - A System-Theoretic Approach to Overcoming Cultural & Organizational Barriers to Nuclear (Presentation)

M. Ahmed, Bangladesh - Qualitative Assessment of Nuclear Security Culture in a Public and a Private Radioactive Source Using Hospital (Presentation)

J. Davison, United Kingdom - Assessing and Enhancing the Security Culture of an Organisation (Presentation)


09:00-10:30     MAIN PANEL SESSION 4A: Protection Against Unauthorised Removal: Nuclear Material During Use, Storage and Transport and Sabotage of Nuclear Material and Nuclear Facilities

T. Seabright, United Kingdom Office for Nuclear Regulation (Presentation)

K. Horvath, IAEA Department of Nuclear Safety and Nuclear Security (NSNS) (Presentation)

H. Yoo, Korea Institute of Nuclear Non-proliferation and Control, Republic of Korea (Presentation)

T. Hack, Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK), Finland (Presentation)

10:30-11:00     Interactive Content Presentations: Session 3

  • 10:30-10:45     Interactive Content Presentations

           J. Parker, United States of America (Presentation)

           S. Clements, United States of America (Presentation)

  • 10:45-11:00     Interactive Content Presentations

          P. Funk, France (Presentation)

          D. Warner, United States of America (Presentation)

11:00-13:00     Technical Session 4B-1: Physical Protection Measures: Systems

V. Sinha, India - An Integrated Approach for Design and Implementation of Physical Protection System Elements for Nuclear Facilities (Presentation)

M. Oboo, Uganda - Physical Protection Measures and Systems for Nuclear Materials In Uganda (Presentation)

J. Leach, United States of America - Verifying Operational Effectiveness of Nuclear Security Systems (Presentation)

A. Chetaine, Morocco - Complementarity between Physical Protection System and Nuclear Security (Presentation)

D. Ek, United States of America - Security Risks Posed by Nuclear and Other Radioactive Materials at a Research Reactor Complex (Presentation)

Technical Session 4C: Training and Capacity Building: Case Studies

M. Labynceva, Russian Federation -Nuclear Security Infrastructure Training for New Nuclear Power Programs (Presentation)

J. Parker, United States of America - Training Quality Analysis for Protective Forces (Presentation)

D. Cherkashyn, Germany - Perspectives for the Use of 3D Interactive Environment in Physical Protection Education and Training (Presentation)

R. Hale, United States of America - Training for Nuclear Facility Sabotage Analysis (Presentation)

T. Löfstström Johnsson, Sweden - Training of New Security Inspectors - The Swedish Program from a Participant´s Point of View (Presentation)

Technical Session 4D: Insider Threat and Trustworthiness

I. Khripunov, United States of America - Nuclear Security Culture as a Tool to Address Insider Threat (Presentation)

S. Chen, Japan - Vision-based Hand Motion Recognition for Insider Sabotage Detection using Deep Learning (Presentation)

M. Snell, United States of America - Approaches and Modeling Techniques  to Determine System Effectiveness Against Insider Collusion (Presentation)

H. Nakamura, Japan - Introduction and Implementation of Physical Protection Measures including Trustworthiness Program at Tokai Reprocessing Facilities (Presentation)

A. Saihood, Iraq - Intrusion Detection Measures Against Insider Threats At Al-Tuwitha Nuclear Site (Presentation)

Technical Session 4E: Management of Sensitive Information

V. Janjić, Serbia - Nuclear Security of Regulatory Authority (Presentation)

A. Cowie, Australia - Considerations for Deploying a Security Information and Event Management System supporting Physical Protection Systems in Nuclear Facilities (Presentation)

13:00-14:00     Lunch Break/Side Events: Opportunities for Training with Virtual/Augmented Reality

(Organized by the US Department of Energy)

Virtual and Augmented Reality technologies can be used for human capacity building and professional development.  These commercially-available products provide a unique user experience that allows for self-discovery, hands-on practice, and the ability to safely experience otherwise dangerous environments

14:00-16:00     Technical Session 4B-2: Physical Protection Measures: Facilities

R. Onoja, Nigeria - Physical Protection of Nuclear Materials and Nuclear Facilities, Nigerian Nuclear Fuel Conversion the Progress Made (Presentation)

A. Pérez-Baez, Spain - Best Physical Protection Practices at Spanish Nuclear Power Plants (Presentation)

M. Shohag, Bangladesh - A Comprehensive Study on the Physical Protection of Baec Triga Research Reactor and Status of Nuclear Material Accountancy and Control in the Facility (Presentation)

A. Rduch, Germany - Nuclear Security during the Decommissioning of NPPs (Presentation)

M. Dragusin, Romania - Lessons Learned Regarding Physical Protection System At VVR-S Nuclear Research from IFIN-HH to Implement Preparatory Measure for Loading HEU and LEU Nuclear Spent Nuclear Fuel Assemblies, Loading  Activities and Shipments by Road and Air from  Romania to Russian Federation (Presentation)

Technical Session 4F-1: Nuclear Security Transport

B. Officer, United Kingdom - Planning and Executing an International Transport of Category I Nuclear Materials – the UK Delivering Specialist Nuclear Services with Pride (Presentation)

C. Tertrais, France - A Performance Based Approach for the Security of Nuclear Materials in Transport or “Answer the Threat not the Prescription”

M. Doehler, Germany - Vulnerability Assessment for Sabotage during Nuclear Transport in Germany (Presentation)

M. Botha, Australia - Regulating the Transport of UOC in Australia (Presentation)

T. Dixon, World Nuclear Transport Institute (WNTI) - Training on Security during Transport of Nuclear and Other Radioactive Materials (Presentation)

Technical Session 4G-1: Computer Security: Approaches

M. Hossain, Bangladesh - Benchmarking Security Standards and Knowledge Innovations of Physical Protection of Nuclear Materials and Facilities: Organization Absorptive Capacity Perspectives (Presentation)

M. Hildebrandt, Germany - Exploring the Possibility of Forensic Investigations on Steam Turbine Governing Systems (Presentation)

S. Choi, United States - Trustworthy Design Architecture (TDA): Cyber-Physical System (Presentation)

Technical Session 4H: Contingency Planning

C. Terrado, Argentina - Implementing a Nuclear Security Program in Argentina. A Policy at National Level (Presentation)

R. Maurer, United States of America - Emergency Response Contingency Measures to Respond to Unauthorized Removal of Radiological/Nuclear Material in a Nuclear Security Event (Presentation)

C. Romao, Brazil - Preparedness, Readiness and Interoperability of Contingency Forces to counter an incident of Nuclear Security (Presentation)

16:00-16:30     Poster Session

X. Bastidas Pazmiño, Ecuador - Strengthening of Integrated Police Operations Under a Multidisciplinary Approach to Prevention, Detection, Research, Reduction and Response to Radiological Threats

Y. Kang, Republic of Korea - Improvement of Transportation Protection System Using Fusion Technology

M. Kang, Republic of Korea - Bayesian Approach for Intrusion Detection in Physical Protection System

E. Ofoegbu, Nigeria - Legislative and Regulatory Framework for  Physical Protection of Nuclear and other Radioactive Material During Transport

M. Cartaxo da Costa, Brazil -A Proposal for Security Force Training and Qualification in Physical Protection

Z. Cruz Reyes, Mexico - Mexico and International Cooperation

A. Tolba, Egypt - Physical Protection Enhancement For Waste Storages At Egypt’s Hotlabs Center

U. Mirsaidov, Russian Federation - Physical Protection of Nuclear Materials Issues in Tajikistan

D. Tri Jatmiko, Indonesia - Nuclear Material Accounting and Control (NMAC) by Design at Pebble Bed Modular Reactor in Indonesia

D. Žarković, Serbia - Self-assessment on cyber security within Public Company "Nuclear Facilities of Serbia"

A. Otim, Uganda - Computer Forensics and Nuclear Forensics in Uganda

R. Maneechayangkoon, Thailand - Development of Information Security Policy for Thailand Nuclear Regulatory Body

B. Anderson, United States of America - Overview of the International Training Course for Computer Security

16:30-18:30     Technical Session 4B-3: Physical Protection Measures: New Technologies

A. Izmaylov, Russian Federation - Systematic Aspects of Designing Effective Physical Protection Systems of Russian Nuclear Facilities (Presentation)

Z. Yuan, China - A New Generation of Active Intrusion Detection System for Physical Protection (Presentation)

P. Finocchiaro, Italy - Radioactive Waste Monitoring: Opportunities from New Technologies (Presentation)

H. Hu, China - The Impact on Nuclear Security by the Development of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Technology (Presentation)

Technical Session 4F-2: Nuclear Security Transport

A. Williams, United States of America - Improvements in Transportation Security Analysis from a Complex Risk Mitigation Framework for the Security of International Spent Nuclear Fuel Transportation’ (Presentation)

A. Elabd, Egypt - Arrangement of physical protection actions during international transport of nuclear material (Presentation)

R. Burgul, United Kingdom - Cyber Security in Marine Nuclear Transport Systems (Presentation)

K. Drypolcher, United States of America - Best Practices and Lessons Learned in LANL Approaches to Transportation Security (Presentation)

K. Hocde, France - Tracking without GPS (Presentation)

Technical Session 4G-2: Computer Security: Safety and Security

M. Kandil, Egypt - Cyber Security Accidents and I&C Systems in Nuclear Power Plants (Presentation)

J. Büttner, Germany - Implementation of Computer Security Measures into Existing Physical Protection Strategies in Germany (Presentation)

R. Busquim E Silva, Brazil - Physical, Corporative and Industrial Digital Security Convergence: Gaps to Close (Presentation)

D. Gupta, Germany - Deterring, Protective, Delaying and Detective Application Security Controls for Nuclear Facilities (Presentation)

R. Piggin, United Kingdom - Integrating Cyber Security and Safety Systems Engineering Disciplines with a Common Code of Practice (Presentation)

Technical Session 4I: Quality Management

M. Brooks, United States of America - The U.S. Department of Energy's Use of Performance Testing to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Physical Security Systems

F. Lavia, Argentina - Physical Protection Measures and System

Y. Prabandarin, Idonesia - Developing and Sustaining The Physical Protection for Nuclear Facilities Through Application of  Nuclear Security Management System

G. Desvergnes, France - Global Approach to the Security of Nuclear Installations and Management of their Security Level


09:00-11:00     Technical Session 5A: International and Regional Cooperation

Z. Xu, China - The Benefits And Challenges of International Cooperation to Support Nuclear Security Capacity Building

M. Senzaki, Japan - Japan’s International Cooperation in the field of Nuclear Security within the Forum for Nuclear Cooperation in Asia (FNCA) -Current Activities and Future Challenges-

T. Wang, China - CIAE’ Experience in 5th Collaborative Materials Exercise

O. Heinonen, Finland - Strengthening the Global Nuclear Order through  Enhanced Reporting Mechanisms

H. Rehman, Pakistan - Challenges and Responses for Ensuring Physical Protection of Nuclear Materials and Facilities : Prospects and Opportunities

Technical Session 5B: Training and Capacity Building: Nuclear Security Support Centres

S. Gu, China - China’s Practice in COE Operation and Nuclear Security Training & Education

V. Derouet, France - The French Nuclear Centre of Excellence - CoE

T. Bieda, Argentina - Centre of Excellence in Argentina

K. Leifheit, United States of America - US Center for Security Technology, Analysis, Response, and Testing

R. Mellouki, Morocco  - Moroccan Nuclear Security Training and Support Centre: Contribution Tool for National Capacity Building

Technical Session 5C: Computer Security Assurance Activities

L. Setianingsih, Indonesia - Cyber Security Assessment in Supporting Nuclear Security for Nuclear Material Storage

E. Riyadi, Indonesia - Assessment for Information Security Systems Based on COBIT 5 in Indonesian Nuclear Energy Regulatory Agency

T. Nielsen, Sweden - How to Arrange Exercises in Cyber Security

11:00-11:15     Break

11:1512:45     Main Panel Session 5D: CPPNM/A: International Cooperation for Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and Nuclear Facilities

A. Atkins, US Department of Energy, United States of America,

S. Udum, Hacettepe University, Turkey

C. Tertrais, Ministry of Environment, Energy and the Sea, France

R. Kumar, Department of Atomic Energy, India

12:45-13:00     Break

13:00-13:30     President’s Remarks and Closing Session 5E

Kathleen Heppell-Masys, Conference President - Summary of the Conference

Yukiya Amano, IAEA Director General - Closing Remarks by the IAEA

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