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2008 International Conference on Homeland Security
and Technology:Critical Infrastructure Protection


Date: December 10th, 2008
Venue: 201R, National Taiwan University Hospital Convention Center

Panel / Topic
Moderator / Speaker / Discussant
December 10 (Wed.)
08:30 - 09:30 Registration  
09:30 - 09:40 Opening Remarks Premier Chao-shiuan Liu
09:40 - 10:00 Remarks •Stephen Young,
Director, American Institute in Taiwan (Taipei Office)
•Mao-Hsiung Huang,
Chairman of Chinese National Association of Industry and Commerce
10:00 - 10:10 Coffee Break  
Panel 1:Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection: Concept, Policy and Regulations
Moderator : Hsung-hsiung Tsai, Minister without Portfolio
10:10 -12:30 CIP:concept and policy Paul Rosenzweig
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Department of Homeland Security
CIP: International Practices Chung-Young Chang
Professor, Dept. of Public Affairs, Fo Guang University
Critical Infrastructure Protection - Methodology Jyh-Der Lin,
Institute of Nuclear Energy Research, Atomic Energy Council
Public-Private Partnership (Information and Intelligence Sharing) Donald Gilberg,
Chair, Board of Advisors of InfraGard
Current CIP activities in Japan Koji Nakao,
KDDI, KDDI Information Security Fellow, Japan
12:30 - 13:30 Luncheon  
Panel 2:CIP and Technologies Applications - 1
Moderator : Henry W. H. Wang, Senior Advisor, National Security Council
13:30 - 15:00 Critical Infrastructure Protection in Taiwan:ISAC Project of MOEA, Taiwan Simon Chang,
Vice President, ACER
CIP Information Sharing Architecture Wei-cheng Hsiao,
Director, Information Engineering Institute, Institute for Information Industry
Communications Security: From Now to Future Welland Chu,
Regional Business Manager of North East Asia, THALES
15:00 - 15:15 Coffee Break  
Panel 3:CIP and Technologies Applications - 2
Moderator : Rong-I Wu,Chairman,Taiwan Safety & Security Industry Association
15:15- 17:15 Eagle Eye: Multi-targets Aerial-Ground Real-Time Surveillance System and Technology Jenn-hwan Tang,
Director, Identification and Security Technology Center, Industrial Technology Research Institute
CIP:Protecting Against Threats Ranging from Rockets,Artillery, & Mortars to Cruise Missiles and Aircraft Scott Martin,
Raytheon Missile Systems Company
Air Port and Sea Port Security Sean Liao
Unified Security Command and Control Center for Urban Challenges Amnon Ben-Yosef,
VP Sales, NICE System-Security Group
Concluding Roundtable
17:15 - 17:30 •From Protection to Resilience: What's next?
•How to foster consensus within/between public and private sector?
•Opportunities: government and industries
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