WHAT IS DRIE OTTAWA?
DRIE Ottawa provides Ottawa, and Eastern Ontario, with a forum to share ideas and experiences in support of preparedness for all aspects of Emergencies and Disasters. To learn more please visit our "About Us" page.
Carleton UniversityThe Infrastructure Protection and International Security Student Association at Carleton University is hosting an upcoming conference, 'Future of Security and Infrastructure: a 10-Year Outlook’, on March 16, 2018.
As DRIE is a supporter of the IPIS program, we would like to invite you to attend the conference. Feel free to pass along the invite to any colleagues you think might be interested in attending.
This is a free event, but please register soon as there's limited seating.
The Infrastructure Protection and International Security Student Association invites you to attend IPIS's first ever evening conference, the Future of Security and Infrastructure: a 10-Year Outlook. We are actively lining up speakers from a variety of backgrounds (from physical security to cyber security) to share their thoughts on security and infrastructure in the future.
The evening conference will be comprised of two panels. Speakers on the first panel will discuss the threats they see as significant to critical infrastructure in their field of work in the next ten years. Speakers on the second panel will discuss ways to mitigate future threats to critical infrastructure in their field of work.
This conference will be held on March 16th 2018, from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM in the Senate Room at Carleton University.
News & Updates
Reuters lists the current state of natural disasters around the... Read More
Ice Storm Report includes 51 recommendations.... Read More
Every wonder how your favourite resort would fare against a tsunami...... Read More
CBC Vancouver’s new podcast series Fault Lines explores... Read More