Security & Strategic Trade Management Academy
The CITS Security & Strategic Trade Management Academy is a comprehensive overview of the theory and practice of strategic trade control, designed with an international perspective for trade officials from around the world. Registration is now open for the spring 2014 session, taking place March 24 through April 4. The registration form (PDF) is available online. Once filled out, the form should be submitted to Christopher Tucker, the program coordinator.
CITS held a workshop on security culture February 6-8 in Athens, Georgia. The workshop, titled “In Search of Sustainable CBRN Security Culture,” aims to create a shared system to combat security threats related to chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear technologies. It was organized in partnership with the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs and the Stanley Foundation. The full concept document and agenda for the workshop, as well as the workshop report on nuclear security culture, are available online.
CBRN Security Culture Blog
Over the past several years, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has been working on a definition of “nuclear security culture” so that it can be used as a tool to improve the physical protection of nuclear materials and facilities.
This website is designed to serve both as a resource and a forum for nuclear managers, policy-makers and researchers worldwide with the idea of contunuing the dialogue and discussion on nuclear security culture. Our main objective is to support and augment the ongoing IAEA activity by identifying existing trends, perceptions and approaches.