An audience with a government security engineer - security threats and how to combat them, Nottingham

17 October, 2017 | 08:00 - 10:00

Venue address:

Novotel Nottingham East Midlands
Bostock Lane
Long Eaton
Nottingham NG10 4EP
United Kingdom
Part of a series of exclusive breakfast and lunch time events for ICE Fellows in 2017.
Part of a series of exclusive breakfast and lunch time events for ICE Fellows in 2017.

About this event

This session will cover the latest protective security challenges and introduce the concept of security-mindedness for engineers. It will demonstrate the UK's physical security work developing countermeasures to terrorist threats to our infrastructure and citizens, and the work on securing engineering design processes and Building Information Modelling (BIM). The session will also highlight the more contemporary threats facing the engineering community in terms of protecting themselves and their Intellectual Property, and highlight the Engineering Council’s new Security Principles for all Engineers to adopt in their personal and professional lives.

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