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Webinars: Nuclear Security

Webinar on Overview of Operation and Maintenance of Handheld Detection Equipment

This webinar will focus on the operation of common handheld detection equipment and the maintenance required for its sustainability.

Webinar on Nuclear Forensics Experts’ Support to Radiological Crime Scene Management: The Prosecutor's Perspective (Russian)

Nuclear forensics and radiological crime scene management play a crucial role in nuclear security regimes, not only as part of the response to illicit acts, but also as a preventive measure that can help to discourage further such acts. The interaction and interconnection between nuclear forensics and radiological crime scene management is a hot topic that needs to be covered thoroughly and from various perspectives.

This webinar will focus on the prosecutor's perspective of this interaction.

Webinar on Operational Perspectives Connecting Radiological Crime Scene Management and Nuclear Forensics

The objective of this webinar is to provide the participants with an understanding of good practices on how to collect and process evidence in the presence of radioactivity at a crime scene, as well as key linkages between of radiological crime scene management and nuclear forensics.

Webinar on the Utilization of InterSpec for High Purity Germanium (HPGe) Analyses Including Shielding

This webinar is to provides an overview of the approach for objects measurements with portable HPGe detectors involving the use of the open-source software: InterSpec.

Regional Webinar for ASEAN Countries on Nuclear Security Detection Architecture Strategy, Design and Planning

This webinar will provide an overview of an integrated planning process for the development of a Nuclear Security Detection Architecture (NSDA) and the experience of ASEAN countries in developing risk-informed national detection architecture strategies and design plans.

Webinar on Practical Experiences of Equipment and Procedures for Major Public Events

This webinar will highlight China’s experience in implemented nuclear security measures for MPEs and introduce an overview of application, best practices and the existing limitations of radiation detection equipment used for nuclear security purposes at MPEs.

Webinar on Nuclear Security Culture

This webinar will elaborate on the nuclear security culture enhancement efforts of Member States, based on NSS publications. In addition, the recently published technical guidance document NSS No. 38-T will be introduced during the webinar.

Webinar on the Application of IAEA Guidance and Technical Approaches Across Nuclear Security: Webinar 2 in the NucSecCyber Series #3

This webinar, as the second in the NucSecCyber Series #3, will provide a detailed exploration of technical approaches to implementing and aligning with IAEA guidance concepts, while maintaining adherence to national regulation, within a nuclear facility.

Webinar on the Security of Nuclear Material in Transport

This webinar will provide an overview of the roles and responsibilities in the area of transport security, describe how NSS No. 26-G “Security of Nuclear Material in Transport” supports the technical implementation of CPPNM and its Amendment and inform participants of the available resources and assistance provided by the IAEA in the field of transport security.

Regional Webinar for ASEAN Countries on Nuclear Security Detection Architecture: Planning, Implementing and Evaluating Detection Operations

Detection operations aim to eliminate or mitigate the risks from nuclear and other radioactive material out of regulatory control (MORC). This webinar focuses on key elements for effective planning, implementation and evaluation to ensure the success and sustainability of these operations.

Women in Nuclear Security Initiative Webinar: Women in Information and Computer Security in the Nuclear World

The IAEA Division of Nuclear Security established the Women in Nuclear Security Initiative (WINSI) in March 2021, with the mission to support the achievement of gender equality in nuclear security both within the IAEA’s Division of Nuclear Security and the global community of practice. The aim is to promote and strengthen the involvement of women in nuclear security and related fields worldwide as well as to enhance the attractiveness of nuclear security jobs and careers to women, especially for the next generation. To support this initiative, WINSI organized and hosted its first webinar “The Role of the IAEA in Strengthening Capacity of Women in Nuclear Security Worldwide,” in May 2021.

This webinar, “Women in Information and Computer Security in the Nuclear World” follows on from the inaugural webinar and puts a spotlight on an important and emerging area of nuclear security — namely information and computer security.

Webinar Series on Adherence to and Implementation of the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material (CPPNM) and its Amendment

The purpose of this webinar series is to promote adherence to and effective implementation of the CPPNM and its Amendment through the provision of information on the scope and obligations of, as well as the benefits of joining the CPPNM and its Amendment, and through the exchange of views and experiences of States. Information will also be provided on relevant IAEA legislative assistance and technical activities that help facilitate a State’s adherence to the CPPNM and its Amendment.

Webinar on Core Elements of a Computer Security Programme

To defend against the ever-evolving threats, it is vital that computer security is integrated into all aspects of nuclear security. In order to do so, it is necessary to identify critical organizational units and key computer security competencies, which will involve State level computer security regulations and requirements with enforcement through competent authorities, and implementation by owners, operators, and third party entities. This webinar, as the first in the NucSecCyber Series #3, will offer an introduction to these topics.

Webinar on Overview of Approach for Estimating Activity in a Package Using a Portable High Purity Germanium (HPGe) Detector

This webinar will provide an overview of the general approach to using portable HPGe detectors to estimate activity in a package containing radioactive material, discuss the uncertainty in the estimation, and demonstrate the process using an example HPGe detector and the relevant software.

Webinar Series on the Integrated Nuclear Security Support Plan (INSSP): Achieving Sustainability and Strengthening Coordination

This webinar series reflects on lessons learned from 15 years of implementation of the Integrated Nuclear Security Support Plan (INSSP), since the first Plans were approved in 2006. Each webinar will focus on the perspectives of specific States and the lessons learned from the development and implementation of their INSSPs:

 

Webinar on Nuclear Security Detection Architecture for French-Speaking African States

The nuclear security detection architecture (NSDA) of a State is the integrated set of nuclear security systems and measures, based on an appropriate legal and regulatory framework, needed to implement a national strategy for the detection of nuclear or other radioactive material out of regulatory control (MORC). This webinar will introduce NSDA concepts so that participants will understand the scope and framework of a national-level NSDA and the role of nuclear security detection in the context of security measures for MORC.

Webinar on the Technical Implementation of the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material (CPPNM) and its Amendment supported by the IAEA Nuclear Security Series

This webinar highlights the relevant IAEA Nuclear Security Series (NSS) publications that assist States in the technical implementation of the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material (CPPNM) and its 2005 Amendment, as well as provide a broad overview of technical assistance offered by the IAEA in the area of physical protection and nuclear material accounting and control.

Overview of Core-training for Security of Radioactive Material in Use and Storage and Associated Facilities (French)

This webinar will provide an overview of the core-training provided by the IAEA for the security of radioactive material in use and storage and associated facilities.

The Role of the IAEA in Strengthening Capacity of Women in Nuclear Security Worldwide

This webinar is the first activity in the framework of promoting and strengthening the involvement of women in nuclear security worldwide as well as to enhance the awareness about nuclear security jobs and careers for women, especially for the young professionals. This initiative is established as an interest group under the umbrella of the global chapter of the Women in Nuclear network (WiN Global). The initiative will carry out activities to highlight experiences, achievements and challenges of women in nuclear security, and raise awareness about the Agency’s programme in nuclear security, as well as the Agency’s initiatives on gender equality.

Webinar on Overview of Approaches for Management of Nuisance Alarms from Radiation Portal Monitors

This webinar provides an overview of techniques used for managing nuisance alarms from Radiation Portal Monitors (RPMs). Additionally, the webinar will introduce opportunities for States to further enhance their own approaches for nuisance alarms and address current and planned safety and security guidance.

Webinar on Investigative Perspectives of Nuclear Forensics in Responding to a Nuclear Security Event

This webinar is aimed at organizations involved in the national nuclear security regime; officials and professionals involved in national policy, strategic planning and/or decision making; those tasked with raising awareness of nuclear forensics and/or radiological crime scene management; and those responsible for organizing and sustaining capabilities for nuclear forensics analysis and interpretation in the context of a nuclear security infrastructure.

Webinar Series on Nuclear Security for Major Public Events

This series of webinars provides an overview of nuclear security measures for major public events, in accordance with the IAEA Nuclear Security Series No. 18 Implementing Guide on Nuclear Security Systems and Measures for Major Public Events. The three webinars in the series will focus on:

Webinar Series on Enhancing Computer Security Incident Analysis at Nuclear Facilities

This NucSecCyber series of webinars, hosted by the Division of Nuclear Security, provide an overview of the core findings of the Coordinated Research Project (CRP) “Enhancing Computer Security Incident Analysis at Nuclear Facilities” that will support awareness activities, capability building, and research initiatives in computer security for nuclear facilities. The four webinars in the series focus on:

Webinar Series on Information and Computer Security for Nuclear Security

This NucSecCyber series of webinars, hosted by the Division of Nuclear Security, provide an overview of the approaches to Information and Computer Security, in accordance with published and forthcoming IAEA Nuclear Security publications, and associated training courses. The seven webinars in this series focus on:

IAEA Nuclear Security Series No. 22-G: Implementing Guide on Radiological Crime Scene Management — A Perspective from France and Germany

This webinar highlights the challenges and opportunities that States face when developing their national programmes for radiological crime scene management. It will explore the perspectives of two Member States which are now in the advanced stages of developing their programmes – France and Germany

Webinar on Overview of Passive and Active Detection Technologies for Detection of CBRNE and Other Contraband

This webinar provides an overview of passive and active detection technologies used for detection of CBRNE (chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear and explosive materials) and other contraband. 

Maintaining Nuclear Safety of Research Reactors During a Pandemic

This IAEA webinar will discuss some of the challenges faced by research reactors during the COVID-19 pandemic and the measures which have and are being adopted by operating organizations and by regulatory bodies to ensure safe and reliable operation.

Nuclear Security Detection Architecture

This IAEA webinar will introduce the The Nuclear Security Detection Architecture (NSDA) concepts so that participants will understand the scope and framework of a national-level NSDA and the role of nuclear security detection in the context of security measures for nuclear and other radioactive material out of regulatory control (MORC). Experiences in the implementation of the NSDA will be shared by Members States.

Overview of Operation and Maintenance of Handheld Equipment Used in Nuclear Security Detection Architecture

The purpose of this IAEA Webinar is to raise awareness with the type of passive handheld detection instruments that may be used in the detection of Nuclear Security Systems and Measures for the Detection of Nuclear and Other Radioactive Material out of Regulatory Control (MORC).

The Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material (CPPNM) and Its Amendment

This IAEA Webinar will focus on the scope, obligations, and the benefits of joining the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material (CPPNM) and its Amendment. Several States will share their view and experiences adhering to and implementing the Amendment to the CPPNM. IAEA will share information about the legislative and technical assistance available to Member States, upon request, to facilitate a State’s adherence to and implementation of the CPPNM and its Amendment.

IAEA Nuclear Security Series No. 2-G: Implementing Guide on Nuclear Forensics in Support of Investigations – Current Guidance and Challenges in Developing Nuclear Forensics Capabilities in Member States

This webinar provides an introduction to the publication IAEA Nuclear Security Series (NSS) No. 2-G, “Implementing Guide Nuclear Forensics in Support of Investigations” and enhances participants’ awareness and understanding of the scope and application of nuclear forensics and its respective role in the context of a nuclear security event (involving nuclear and other radioactive material found out of regulatory control). 

Furthermore, participants will be able to discuss the challenges and opportunities in designing, implementing, and sustaining nuclear forensic capabilities in Member States, required to provide a coordinated and effective response to nuclear security events. This webinar is also intended to raise further awareness on the IAEA program of assistance for nuclear forensics capacity building.

 

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