Earlier this week the folks at DHS Office of Infrastructure Protection updated the web page for the annual Chemical Sector Security Summit which was held last month. The update included links to the following:
∙ The web cast of the keynote address from Amy Pope, Deputy Homeland Security Advisor and Deputy Assistant to the President at the National Security Council;
∙ The web cast of the update on the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program by David Wulf, Director of the Infrastructure Security Compliance Division; and
∙ The DHS Blog post from Caitlin Durkovich, Assistant Secretary for Infrastructure Protection, about the success of the 2015 CSSS.
For those of you who have disabled your Adobe Flash Player® for security reasons, you will have to re-enable it to view the two web casts. Homeland Security likes Adobe.
The production values on the two web casts leave something to be desired, but these are talking head presentations so that does not take away from the many interesting points the two speakers had to make.
I’m hoping that we will see the slides from the other presentations at the CSSS in the next couple of weeks.