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2012 Chemical Sector Security Summit Presentations

Overview

More than 500 partners from around the country gathered in Baltimore on July 31st and August 1st to attend the 2012 Chemical Sector Security Summit. The Summit is an annual forum for information sharing that highlights the collaboration between public and private sectors and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), to ensure a safer and more resilient industrial homeland.

Presentations from the 2012 Summit

Brad Huntsman, DHS/IP,  Academic Community and Chemical Security 

R. McCreight, GWU, Perspectives on CFATS 

David McEntire, UNT, Industrial Hazards and Disasters

Vincent MacNeill, Securitas, All Hazards Security

Glen Sachtleben, FEMA, Private Sector Involvement with FEMA

Rick Kane, E&S, CFATS Alternative Security Plan

Todd, Klessman, DHS/IP, Challenges to CFATS Implementation at Small Facilities

ISCD, DHS/IP, CFATS Compliance Lessons Learned

Edward J. Liebig, CSC, Cyber Preparedness in Industrial Control Systems

Dave Wulf, DHS/IP, CFATS and Ammonium Nitrate Security

Charles I. Colley, DHS/IP, CFATS Local Resources

Matthew Bettridge, DHS/IP, CFATS Personnel Surety Update

Timothy J.Scott, Dow, Dow's Security Strategy and Practice

Cherie Williams, DHS/IP, Suspicious Activity Reporting Tool

John Farrell, DHS/IP, CFATS Update

Amy Graydon, CIB, Chemical Sector Specific Agency Programs

Dave Wulf, DHS/IP, Working Together

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Published Date: September 14, 2012
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