The project was announced by the Government of Canada on July 17, 2015, as part of the Canadian Safety and Security Program (CSSP).We are partnering with the Canadian Water and Wastewater Association (CWWA) and Public Safety Canada on this research.
Philip J. Boyle, Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology & Legal Studies at the University of Waterloo wrote a brief summary of our March 6th workshop on Critical Infrastructure in Context.
The day’s event featured panel discussions on transportation, food and agriculture and the manufacturing of dangerous chemicals.
Risk Regulation Regimes in Canadian Critical Infrastructure: On-line Workshop on Security in Transportation and Dangerous Chemicals
On February 14th, 2014, we hosted the fourth in a series of five transatlantic workshops in the immersive online technology Second Life. We reported on the findings of our recent research on Canadian risk regulation regimes in the transportation and manufacturing (dangerous chemicals) sectors. The work draws on media analysis of post 9/11 CI events and semi-structured interviews with regulators, owners, operators and managers in the...
On June 19th, 2013, we hosted a workshop on cyber-security risk communication in the immersive online technology Second Life.