FBI Academic Biosecurity Workshop
- Thursday, May 10, 2018 from 8:00am to 12:00pm
- Strand Union Building, Ballroom C/D - view map
Biosecurity includes a range of topics that require the collaboration and coordination of a diverse set of stakeholders. The range of topics discussed in this workshop includes international and domestic terrorism, cyber security, protection of intellectual property/proprietary information, dual-use research, workplace violence, security challenges with the rapid advances in research and technology innovations, and insider-threat mitigation. Relationships between the scientific and security communities must be built on trust and understanding in order to develop effective, sensible mitigation strategies, communication pathways, and policies to meet these challenges.
- Identify biosecurity roles and responsibilities of law enforcement agencies.
- Identify biosecurity roles and responsibilities of research institutions.
- Identify benefits and potential obstacles to improve cooperation among law enforcement agencies and research institutions regarding biosecurity.
- Identify methods of improving communications among biosecurity stakeholders.
Who should attend: Open to MSU PD, Bozeman First Responders (PD, FD, Hazmat team), faculty, staff, students, particularly those who work with BSL2/3 bioagents.
Cost: Free Admission
ALL ATTENDEES MUST RSVP BELOW WITH NAME, AFFILIATION, CONTACT INFORMATION, AND TITLE/ROLE.