I am presenting at the AAAS Annual meeting in a session entitled “Translating Engineering and Operations Analyses into Effective Homeland Security Policy” with Sheldon Jacobson and Gerald Brown:
Risk-Based Security as a National Policy Strategy. Sheldon Jacobson, University of Illinois, Urban, IL
Good Security Policy Requires Tradeoffs Between Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Cost. Laura Albert, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI
You Can’t Assess System Vulnerability Unless You Know How the System Works. Gerald Brown, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA
In my talk, I will discuss three research questions I have advanced:
- How can we more effectively perform risk based security?
- What is the optimal way to allocate vehicles to emergency calls for service?
- What is the optimal way to protect critical information technology infrastructure?
My slides are below.
Related posts and further reading:
- My interview on Wisconsin public radio on the evolution of aviation security
- Last year I talked about homeland security at my department’s 50th anniversary party. You can view my slides in my blog post about the event here.
- Aviation security: there and back again
- Aviation security: is more really more?
- My keynote at the 4th International Workshop on Planning of Emergency Services in Delft
- Integer programming for locating ambulances
If you have any questions, please contact me!