Security SIG

Nuclear Security Special Interest Group



A key goal of this group is to work together across each discipline with an integrated approach to compliance, assurance and safety management. It will include topic areas such as physical security, personnel security, application of government and commercial classification schemes, assets including information and its protection, cyber security i.e. security risks and mitigations as they apply to computer-based information management and process control systems, including those which are safety-related or safety-critical, demonstrating appropriate security performance to clients and the regulators

Steering Group & Terms of Reference 

Chaired by Mike Stubbings, the work of the SiG is coordinated by a Steering Group that reports to the NI CEO alongside an NI Board of Trustee (Alastair Laird). 

 Click here to view a copy of the Terms of Reference


If you would like to become a member of this group, please register your interest by making contact. Please email indicating your interest level with a brief summary of your expertise and experience, plus advising if you are currently a member of the Nuclear Institute. Please include your best contact details.  


NI Member, Corporate Risk Associates (CRA) has been awarded a research project with support from the UK government organisation Innovate UK; ‘Quantification of Human Errors in Cyber Security in the Nuclear Sector’.    The NI Security SIG has been invited to join a workshop on 26 April, Warrington, 11:00 - 15:30.  Led by CRA this meeting will focus on exploring the quantifying of the human factors component of nuclear cyber security.   Places are limited, if you wish to express an interest in taking part please email by the 16 April.