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Detection, Delay and Response - Designing an Effective Physical Protection System

Tuesday, February 17
13:30-14:20
Breakout 2

This analysis will incorporate properties of the physical protection system and capabilities of an adversary - as projected on a time chart.

Each component of the physical protection system will be broken down and explained. The relationship between each (detection, delay and response) component will be analyzed, with a few examples showing successful and unsuccessful events. The presentation will also explore solutions that can address a faulty design with specific examples. The presentation will have a visual aspect overlaying the properties of each component on charts that can easily allow for the required analysis. This analysis will incorporate properties of the physical protection system and capabilities of an adversary - as projected on a time chart.

Presented by: Sorin Pudroschi, Regional Physical Protection Lead EAME, Pacific-Northwest-National-Laboratory/DOE/NNSA, USA

Mr. Pudroschi has over 20 years of combined experience in global security management and operations, physical security implementation for high-value and high-risk infrastructure and facilities, project management, emergency and disaster response, tabletop exercises, law enforcement and successful project implementation at critical sites around the world. He directly supports the implementation of physical security upgrades, system design, and vulnerability and security assessments for the NNSA and DOE’s Global Threat Reduction Initiative in Europe, Middle-East, and Africa, as well as other regions. He coordinates with DOE and foreign government officials in complex, sensitive, internationally-critical, and technically-challenging projects within the Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation Sector. In previous roles, Mr. Pudroschi was the head of security for a number of global high-tech companies. In these positions he was responsible for all physical security operations, security implementations, investigations, executive protection program and regulatory compliance. Prior to these Mr. Pudroschi worked in a law enforcement capacity.