- 27 March 2017
- 19:30 - 21:00 BST (GMT+1)
Institution of Civil Engineers One Great George Street Westminster London , SW1P 3AA United Kingdom
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As a major international city, how prepared is London for human threats to its infrastructure?
This lecture, the first of ICE London's Preparing London for Change series, will explore what the capital can do to prepare itself against malicious attacks like terrorism and cyber criminality. The lecture will explore what engineers are doing to protect our core systems and what needs to be done to ensure the capital remains safe.
Nathan Baker, Director of Engineering Knowledge, ICE (Chair)
Kim van Rooyen, Director, Turner and Townsend
Speaking on the threat posed by cyberattacks to London's infrastructure
Garreth Dent, Managing Director, Paratum
Speaking on the threat posed by terrorism to London's infrastructure
Amanda Widdowson, Human Factors Capability Lead, Thales
Speaking on how human factors relate to London's security
Follow the debate on Twitter: @ICE_London #ICEPreparingLondon
This lecture is supported by London Resilience, the body tasked with coordinating institutions and communities to prevent, handle, recover and learn from disruption, and adapt to change; on behalf of the Mayor of London, Greater London Authority, Local Authorities and London Fire Brigade to ensure London survives and prospers.
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