As the Nuclear Security Summit series draws to a close, the prospects dim for development of binding nuclear security standards to assure future safe, secure industry expansion. With DOE/NNSA’s Anne Harrington as the keynote and some key stakeholders participating, this event will explore the role that voluntary consensus standards could play in the nuclear industry, with a focus on cyber security and other areas of overlap between safety and security. To what extent could reputational risk, liability protections, insurance and nuclear project financing be used to marshal scarce resources and motivate voluntary implementation of additional security measures based on standards?
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WHAT: A panel discussion on opportunities for incentives such as insurance, finance and limited liability to reduce nuclear risk while providing a return on investment to operators.
Keynote Speaker: Anne Harrington
Introduced by Keith Porter, Stanley Foundation President and CEO
Anne Harrington, Deputy Administrator for Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation, National Nuclear Security Administration
John Bendo, Manager, Nuclear Energy Business, ASME
Brian de Bruin, Managing Director, Aon Risk Solutions
Brian Finch, Partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
First Invited Question: Dan Lipman, VP Supplier and International Programs, Nuclear Energy Institute, and Chair of the Organizing Committee, 2016 Nuclear Industry Summit
Debra Decker, Senior Advisor, Stimson Center’s Managing Across Boundaries Initiative
Kathryn Rauhut, Vienna-based attorney and international security consultant