KKCS’ Gary Gordon Presents at TISP 2014 Critical Infrastructure Symposium
Colorado Springs, Colorado – April 7, 2014 Gary Gordon was a featured presenter at The Transportation Infrastructure Partnership’s (TISP) 2014 Critical Infrastructure Symposium on April 7, 2014 in Colorado Springs, CO. The Symposium promotes presentations and papers from industry, academia and government that integrate policy, engineering and asset pro¬tection with economics, insurance, security and other facets needed to reach an integrated approach to critical infrastructure protection and resilience. Over 200 industry, academic and governmental agency, to include the military, representatives attended and/or participated in the Symposium.
Gary’s presentation was on introducing security, infrastructure protection and hardening, and system redundancy early in the development of rail and transit transportation projects. The presentation was given in a panel format during the Transportation Infrastructure Resilience technical session. The other panel members, to include educators from Penn State Harrisburg, spoke on security and the deterioration of maritime infrastructure, threats to the rail transportation of crude oil, and a case study on public-private collaboration on a Oregon bridge project. Gary’s paper and presentation are published on the TISP website www.tisp.org.