Summaries - Office of Research & Innovation
Back Romanian Security Short Course
|Department||Energy Academic Group (EAG)|
|Investigator(s)||Howard, Alan R.|
|Sponsor||U.S. Embassy, Bucharest (Other-Fed)|
NATO School / NPS delivered hybrid short course building on the long-standing partnership of both institutions and focusing on issues of national security including cyber and energy security. The short course consists of two one-week in-residence delivery modules, with distributed learning modules and exercises offered in between. This is a technical course that requires a modicum of technical education and/or appropriate background experience. The target audience is personnel whose work responsibilities require - or would benefit from - both a broad "foundational" overview and moderately deep technical understanding of security issues related to energy infrastructure and networks.
- Security Managers should benefit from the technical insights that facilitate informed decision-making and better communications with technicians and engineers.
- Security technicians and engineers should benefit from the big picture that provides grounding and context for what is often narrowly focused, task-oriented work.
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