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A central tenet of emergency response is preparing for the unexpected. Effective communication is a vital part of any emergency response and must begin with preparedness before an event occurs. Similarly, strong nuclear security relies on effective communication within an organisation and between an organisation and its regulator, government agencies, police, local community, other nuclear organisations and the media.
When responding to an incident or emergency, it is essential that the right people have the right information at the right time. Even well-prepared and practised response plans can fail to effectively communicate information to relevant stakeholders during an emergency, and a cybersecurity event can introduce additional complications for response organisations.
This webinar highlighted the importance of communication during a cybersecurity event, provide an overview of valuable resources that already exist in this area, and introduced participants to the challenges of communicating in response to a cybersecurity event through a guided response exercise.
The purpose of this webinar was to:
Our special guests for the webinar were:
This webinar included the following agenda items:
Date: Wednesday, 11 August 2021 at 10:00 (CEST) Vienna time
Duration: 60 minutes
IAEA Incident and Emergency Centre
IAEA Emergency Preparedness and Response (EPR)
IAEA International Symposium on Communicating Nuclear and Radiological Emergencies to the Public