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The main objective of the webinar was to discuss the reasons why security systems are frequently assessed using ineffective methodology – and what can be done about it. The webinar was to identify and review the right questions to be asked when conducting vulnerability assessments. It was also an opportunity to review some of the key elements of the process of assessing the performance of security arrangements, better understand the roles and responsibilities of various stakeholders, in particular regulatory agencies, and discuss best practices to integrated modelling and simulation tools in the Vulnerability Assessment (VA) process.
Dr Roger Johnston, Right Brain Sekurity, provided his perspective and lessons learned from conducting vulnerability assessments and Mr Jim Raines, ARES Security, presented how modelling and simulation tools can effectively support the VA process. Ms Kathleen Heppell-Masys from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission was invited to provide her perspective on regulatory matters.
Date: Monday, 24 August 2020 at 17:00 CET
Duration: 60 minutes
Recording: The webinar recording is available on the link here or directly on the webinar platform (Livestorm) here: https://app.livestorm.co/world-institute-for-nuclear-security/effective-vulnerability-assessment-the-key-to-organisational-resilience