The 3rd Annual World Summit on
Infrastructure Security > Agenda

 

  Monday, May 14, 2012
EISS London 2012 Final Report
EISS
London Summit 2012 Introduction
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09:00-11:15 Session 1:  Defence, National Security, and Electromagnetic Threats (e-threats)
Chair:  Rt. Hon. James Arbuthnot MP
09:00-09:40 Keynote Speaker: The Security and Defence Role of Critical Societal Infrastructures
The Rt. Hon. Philip Hammond MP, Secretary of State for Defense, UK
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09:40-10:00 Panel 1:  e-Threats and National Security: Current Realities and Trends
Rt. Hon. James Arbuthnot MP, Chair, Parliamentary Defence Committee, UK
Congressman Trent Franks, House Armed Services Committee, US
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10:00-11:15 Panel 2:  e-Threat Impact and Risk to Critical Infrastructure
John Kappenman, Principal Investigator, NAS Space Weather Study and Congressional EMP Commission
Gen. (ret.) Ashok Mehta, Defence Planning Staff, India
William Bryan, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Department of Energy, US
Dr. Peter Pry, Principal Staffer, U.S. Congress EMP Commission.  Executive Director, Taskforce on National and Homeland Security, US
Dr. Shlomo Wald, Chief Scientist, Ministry of Energy and Water Resources, Israel
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11:15-12:00 Break- Coffee in the Atlee Suite
12:00-03:15 Session 2:  e-Threats: Energy Resilience and Security
Chair: Lord Toby Harris
12:00-12:30 Keynote Speaker:  Managing the risk of e-Threats:  U.S. policy perspectives
The Honorable Cheryl LaFleur, Commissioner, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, US
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12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:15 Panel 1:  Impact of energy policy on societal risk, resilience and security
Tom Bolt, Director, Performance Management, Lloyd’s, UK
Reto Schneider, Head, Emerging Risks Management, Swiss Re, Switzerland
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14:15-15:15 Panel 2:  Knowledge Base for Electromagnetic Threats: The Roles of Government and Industry
Dr. Chris Beck, President, EIS Council, former Senior Advisor, House Homeland Security Committee, US
Joseph McClelland, Director, FERC Office of Energy Infrastructure Security, US
William Murtagh, Program Coordinator, NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center, US

 
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15:15-15:30 Break
15:30-17:30 Session 3:  e-Threats: Impact on Infrastructures
Chair: Congressman Trent Franks
15:30-15:50 Keynote Speaker:  Cascading Infrastructure Risks – National Security Implications
The Honorable Dr. Paul Stockton, Assistant Secretary of Defense, Representing U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, US
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15:50-16:25 Panel 1:  Understanding the Impact: Severe Space Weather and EMP Projections
Dr. Daniel Baker, Director, Severe Space Weather Study, National Academy of Sciences, US
Professor Paul Cannon, Director, Severe Space Weather Study, Royal Academy of Engineering, UK
John Kappenman, Principal Investigator, NAS Severe Space Weather Study and U.S. Congress EMP Commission, US
Mike Hapgood, Space Science Department, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
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16:25-17:30 Panel 2:  Role of the Insurance Sector: Space Weather and Long Term Blackouts
Michael Bruch, Head of Research, Natural Hazards and Emerging Risks, Allianz, Germany
Robert "Buddy" Dobbins, Co-Author, Space Weather Protection Report, Zurich Insurance, US
Dr. Eberhard Faust, Leading Expert on Natural and Climate Hazards, Munich Re, Germany
Trevor Maynard, Head, Exposure Management and Reinsurance, Lloyd’s, UK
Ashutosh Riswadkar, Co-Author, Space Weather Protection Report, Zurich Insurance, Switzerland
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  Tuesday, May 15, 2012
09:00-12:30 Session 4:  The Path Forward
Chair: The Rt. Hon. James Arbuthnot MP
09:00-09:20 Keynote Speaker:  Next Steps – The Path to e-Threat Security
Rt. Hon. Jim Murphy MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Defence, UK
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09:20-09:50 Panel 1:  Building a Plan to e-Threat Security
Rt. Hon. James Arbuthnot MP, Chair, Parliamentary Defence Committee, UK
Congressman Trent Franks, House Armed Services Committee, US
Avi Schnurr, CEO and Chairman, EIS Council, US
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09:50-10:40 Panel 2:  The Role of Regulatory Policy
Gerry Cauley, NERC President and CEO, US
Miles Keogh, Director of Grants and Research, NARUC, US
Joseph McClelland, Director, FERC Office of Energy Infrastructure Security, US
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10:40-11:15 Break
11:15-12:10 Panel 3:  The Role of the Energy Industry: Current Plans and Progress in Protecting Infrastructure
Stefan Arnborg
, Director, Geomagnetic Disturbances, SVENSKA KRAFTNÄT, Swedish National Grid, Sweden
Chris Train, Director, Network Operations, National Grid, UK
Don Watkins, Chairman, NERC GMD Taskforce, Bonneville Power Administration Transmission, US
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12:10-12:30 Where Do We Go From Here?   Summary and Discussion
Congressman Trent Franks, House Armed Services Committee, US
Joseph McClelland, Director, FERC Office of Energy Infrastructure Security, US
Rt. Hon. James Arbuthnot MP, Chair, Parliamentary Defence Committee, UK
Avi Schnurr, CEO and Chairman, EIS Council, US
 
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