Please note that the event venue has changed. The new venue is room 163, Skempton Building, Imperial College London.
About this event
Transport systems have historically been favoured targets for attacks. Their physical security has long been prioritised, with cyber security being a more recent concern. The rapidly changing technology environment is now challenging the way in which all security threats for transport systems need to be considered.
Dr Deeph Chana and Professor Washington Ochieng are hosting a breakfast briefing to introduce and discuss this important subject. Discussion will focus on how a revised method of risk analysis, together with systems engineering and ‘urban laboratories’, is needed to design a more secure and resilient transport system.
Breakfast and networking is available from 08:30am, with the briefings starting at 09:00am. The event closes at 10:00am.
About the speakers
- Dr Deeph Chana – Deputy Director of the Institute for Security Science and Technology, Imperial College. Former Head of Transport Security Research, Analysis and Development, Department for Transport.
- Professor Washington Ochieng – Head of the Centre for Transport Studies. Advisory Board Member of the Institute for Security Science and Technology.
- TBC – Speaker from Digital Greenwich, Smart Mobility Labs project
Who should attend?
This event is aimed at policy, industry and academia with an interest in security and transport.
How to register
Please register your interest with Max Swinscow-Hall, Communications and Policy Outreach Officer, ISST at firstname.lastname@example.org