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Monday: 11 March 2019

1600 – 1900

Registration and Welcome

International Initiatives and Innovations Exposition

An exposition of international trainings, workshops, and technical means to counter insider threat

Conference Area Lobby

Tuesday: 12 March 2019

0800 – 0900

Registration

Conference Area Lobby

0900-1000

Opening Remarks

Pieter De Crem, Minister of Home Affairs and Security, Belgium Lisa Gordon-Hagerty, Under Secretary for Nuclear Security and NNSA Administrator, Department of Energy, United States Muhammad Khaliq, Head of the Nuclear Security of Materials and Facilities Section, IAEA

1000-1015

Logistics and Housekeeping

1015-1045

Coffee Break

1045-1200

Scenario-Based Interactive Discussion: Part 1

A fictitious, evolving nuclear security event focused on insider threat will set the scene for an interactive discussion where audience responses will determine how events unfold.

Carl Reynolds (Facilitator)

John Buchanan, INTERPOL

Benny Carlé, SCK-CEN, Belgium

Sabeena Khanna, DOE, US

Rusty Lorenzen, Boston Children’s Hospital, US

1200-1245

Keynote Speaker: Paul Van Tigchelt

Coordination Unit for Threat Assessment, Belgium

1245-1345

Lunch

Conference Area Lobby

1345-1430

Round Table: Insider Motivations and Intentions

WWhat is the insider threat? Who is a potential insider? What motivates insiders?

Tom Sauer, Antwerp University (Facilitator)

John Buchanan, INTERPOL

Rona Beattie, Glasgow Caledonian University

Samuel Farinha, EUROPOL

1430-1600

Insider Threat Mitigation Strategies and Challenges

Experiences, successes, and challenges implementing insider mitigation programs

Claude Hébert, Nuclear Safety Commission, Canada (Facilitator)

Mark Resner, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, US PDF

Nele Eykens, ENGIE-Electrabel, Belgium

Rony Dresselaers, FANC, Belgium

Tapani Hack, STUK, Finland PDF

Ilkka Hanski, SUPO, Finland

Khairul Khairul, BATAN, Indonesia PDF

Matt Baitinger, Sterigenics, US

1600-1630

Coffee Break

1630-1730

IAEA INFCIRC/908: A Global Tool for Mitigating Insider Threats

Showcase of commitments and activities related to the Joint Statement on Mitigating Insider Threats (INFCIRC/908)

Art Atkins, DOE/NNSA, US (Facilitator)

Noor Fitriah Bakri, Atomic Energy Licensing Board, Malaysia

Bouchra Boustani, AMSSNUR, Morocco PDF

Tomás Bieda, Subsecretariat of Energy, Argentina PDF

Ethel Ofoegbu, Nuclear Regulatory Authority, Nigeria

1730-1830

International Initiatives and Innovations Exposition

An exposition of international trainings, workshops, and technical means to counter insider threats

Evening

Evening activities on 12 March are self-directed.

Wednesday: 13 March 2019

0900 – 0915

Recap of Tuesday

0915-1000

Scenario-Based Discussion Part 2

The unfolding nuclear security event concludes, followed by a panel discussion of insider threat mitigation measures that, if employed, could have prevented or mitigated the events illustrated by the scenario.

Carl Reynolds (Facilitator)

John Buchanan, INTERPOL

Benny Carlé, SCK-CEN, Belgium

Sabeena Khanna, DOE, US

Rusty Lorenzen, Boston Children’s Hospital, US

1000 – 1115

Cross-Industry Comparative Analysis

Mitigation measures used by different industries that may be applied regardless of the target

Yvan De Mesmaeker, ECSA, Belgium (Facilitator)

Werner Cooreman, Solvay Group, Belgium

Elsine van Os, Signpost Six, The Netherlands

Stephan van Hauwe, OpSeC, Belgium

David BaMaung, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK

Monear Makvandi, Sandia National Laboratories, US

1115-1145

Coffee Break

1145 – 1230

Key Note Speaker: Matthew Bunn

Harvard University, US PDF

1130-1135

Introduction to Small-Group Interactive Sessions

1230-1330

Lunch

Conference Area Lobby

Small-Group Interactive Sessions

Interactive sessions for smaller groups will provide participants with the opportunity to explore and share experiences on the following topics

  1. National Policy and Regulatory frameworks
  2. Nuclear security culture
  3. Cybersecurity
  4. Trustworthiness Programs: Aftercare
  5. Technical Measures to Mitigate Insider Threats

Symposium participants rotate through each session with their group assigned at registration.

1330 – 1420

Interactive Session 1

1420 – 1430

Session Change

1430 – 1520

Interactive Session 2

1520– 1540

Coffee Break

1540– 1630

Interactive Session 3

1630 – 1640

Session Change

1640 – 1730

Interactive Session 4

Evening

Reception

Thursday: 14 March 2019

0900 - 0945

Summary of Interactive Scenario Discussion and Recap of Parallel Interactive Sessions

0945 – 1015

Coffee Break

1015 – 1130

Panel Discussion: Over-the-Horizon, Future considerations for insider threat mitigation

Discussion of emerging insider threats as well as emerging strategies and measures to mitigate the insider threat

Scott Sagan, Stanford University, US (Facilitator)

Wayne Belk, National Insider Threat Task Force, US PDF

Rob Hoffman, Idaho National Laboratory, US PDF

Werner Pepermans, SAS Institute, Belgium PDF

Curtis West, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US PDF

1130 – 1230

Panel Discussion: International Community Engagement

Available INFCIRC/908 and insider threat mitigation assistance and activities through the international nuclear and radiological security community

Ethel Ofoegbu, Nuclear Regulatory Authority, Nigeria (Facilitator)

Robert Larsen, Nuclear Security of Materials and Facilities Section, IAEA

Tomás Bieda, Subsecretariat of Energy, Argentina

Bouchra Bastani, AMSSNUR, Morocco

Naoko Noro, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan

1230-1330

Lunch

1330 - 1430

Symposium Themes

Anonymous polling will be used to garner from the participant key themes and issues that emerged from the Symposium PDF

1430 - 1500

Coffee Break

1500 – 1530

Action Plan and Roadmap to the IAEA International Conference on Nuclear Security (ICONS) 2020

Discuss activities to advance insider threat mitigation within the international nuclear and radiological security communities

Connie McAninch, DOE/NNSA, US

Tony Snoeck, FANC, Belgium PDF

1530 – 1600

Closing Remarks & Adjourn

FANC and DOE/NNSA