World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa – Dead Sea/Jordan
Guido Gluschke participated as panelist in the World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa, which was held in the King Hussein...Read More
SmartGrid Tech 2019, Amsterdam/The Netherlands
Guido Gluschke participated as speaker in the SmartGrid Tech 2019 from Phoenix Forums that was held in Amsterdam on 26-27 March 2019. SGTech is...Read More
World Economic Forum Report on Cyber Resilience in the Electricity Ecosystem, Geneva/Switzerland
On 13 February 2019 the new WEF report on Cyber Resilience in the Electricity Ecosystem: Principles and Guidance for Boards was released. Guido Gluschke...Read More
SNV-Paper on Securing Democracy in Cyberspace, Berlin/Germany
Marco Macori contributed to a new paper on Securing Democracy in Cyberspace by the Berlin-based think tank Stiftung neue Verantwortung (SNV). The paper analyses...Read More
Institute for Security and Safety (ISS)
The Institute for Security and Safety (ISS) is located in Potsdam near Berlin, Germany. The ISS focuses on research, international education and training concepts in the areas of nuclear security and cyber security.
We believe that people make the difference as to whether or not security works. That is why we put great emphasis on training, exercises and exchange of educational experiences.
As an institute of the Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences, we are able to offer sophisticated national and international education concepts with direct links to university programs. We can also offer on and off-site training in security and safety.
Our main area of work is in the context of nuclear security – with a strong focus on cyber security. These areas are linked together by “security management”. Security management is the overall discipline which addresses many essential aspects in the field of “security”.
Most of our lecturers, researchers and trainers are also practitioners with hands-on experience and a broad understanding of how to implement security.
The ISS is a NGO in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations since 2016.
We support the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
ISS Research Project in Cooperation with the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI)
“Cyber Security at Nuclear Facilities: National Approaches”
The Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) has launched several projects to (i) understand the threat and current efforts to address the cyber-nuclear threat; (ii) identify gaps in current efforts and major challenges; and (iii) consider a path forward for addressing these challenges.
This research paper presents the results of one of those projects conducted in joint cooperation between NTI and ISS.
The purpose of this project is to understand and characterize current national approaches to cyber-nuclear security. Project contributions were made by the following ISS staff members: Prof. Friedrich Holl, Guido Gluschke, Andrea Cavina, Anna-Maria Praks and Marco Macori.
Please visit this NTI page for more information on this and other NTI projects on “Addressing Cyber-Nuclear Security Threats”:
The Master in Nuclear Security (MiNS) at the Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences is an innovative and unique distance learning program, which equips partici-pants with the theoretical and practical knowledge on the interconnected dynamics in the field of nuclear security. It prepares participants to use appropriate analytical tools to make thorough decisions in the various areas con-nected to nuclear security. www.mins.study
High-end knowledge about physical protection and cyber security for nuclear facilities, institutions and ma-terials is very rare and focused on a few geographical spots whereas people urgently seeking for it are widely spread all-over the world. Bringing the students into places where the skills reside is costly and in many cases unaffordable. Find a 3D panorama environment here for a test use (hypothetical
model of a nuclear facility with interactive capabilities).
The threat from cyber attacks is increasingly perceived as a problem of national and interna-tional security as cyber attacks grow in numberand sophistication and as actors behind them are no longer only private hackers and organized criminals but also states.
The threat from cyber attacks is increasingly perceived as a problem of national and interna-tional security. Nation states need to seriouslyaddress the way to protect their information networks in particular those related to nationalsecurity and critical infrastructure from any attacker.