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The purpose of this workshop was to review and discuss all security matters related to the design, commissioning and operation of SMRs including:
This two-day event limited participation to a maximum of 60 participants. Attendees were expected to meet their own costs for travel and accommodations, but the organisers met all event costs. No registration fee was required. This event was by invitation only and the targeted audience included:
The workshop consisted of presentations and plenary and group discussions. The workshop was conducted in English and drew only on unclassified information.
The workshop focused on SMR development in Canada and brought together experts and leading thinkers in SMR technologies and security matters from around the world. This increased the diversity of perspectives on the topic, gave Canadian participants a broad view of similar programmes around the world, and supported the identification and sharing of international best practices for the security of SMRs.
These efforts are aligned with the CNSC and NRCan's commitments to promote open and transparent dialogue between the industry and government on SMRs. WINS produced a workshop report after the event with key findings.
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• - Security Considerations for Small Modular Reactors
• - Changing Technology and Security: The Small Reactor Challenge
• - Threats and Security Requirements for SMRs
• - Impact of SMRs on the Regulatory framework
• - The SMR Activities in the IAEA and SMR Regulators' Forum
• - Impact of SMRs on the Regulatory Framework
• - Simulation - Assisted Design of the Security System for the Offshore Nuclear Plant
• - The Interface between Safety, Security and Safeguards for Small Modular Reactors
• - Assessing Security Effectiveness
• - Integrated Approach to Cybersecurity
• - Assessing Cyber Security in Small Modular Reactors
• - Security of the Fuel Cycle
• - SMR Security Licensing Considerations
• - Secure by Design
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