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Terrorism: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Improving Responses - U.S.-Russian Workshop Proceedings APPENDIXES

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Terrorism: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Improving Responses - U.S.-Russian Workshop Proceedings APPENDIX A Agendas U.S.-Russian Workshop on the Problems of Urban Terrorism Presidium, Russian Academy of Sciences Moscow March 17, 2003 Opening of Workshop Nikolai A. Platé—Vice President, RAS Konstantin V. Frolov—Director, RAS Institute of Machine Science, Cochair George Bugliarello—President Emeritus and University Professor, Polytechnic University, Cochair Analysis of the Threats and Consequences of Acts of Urban Terrorism Vladimir Z. Dvorkin, RAS Institute of World Economy and International Relations Urban Security and September 11, 2001, in New York City George Bugliarello, Polytechnic University Lessons Learned from the Terrorist Acts During the Performance of Nord-Ost in Moscow from the Point of View of Enforcement Agencies Yevgeny A. Kolesnikov, FSB Discussion

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Terrorism: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Improving Responses - U.S.-Russian Workshop Proceedings Complex and Dangerous Impacts of Terrorist Acts with Severe Consequences Igor A. Kirillov, GNT, Kurchatov Institute Protection of Chemical Enterprises in Cities Pavel A. Storozhenko, Scientific Center, GNIIKhTEOS Measures for Prevention of Catastrophic Results from Bioterrorism in Cities Vladimir G. Ivkov, RAS Pushchino Scientific Center Toxic Chemicals and Explosive Materials: Terrorism-Related Issues for the Research Community, Chemical Industry, and Government Alexander MacLachlan, Dupont (retired) Discussion Role of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Ensuring the Security of Housing and Commercial Buildings Sergey A. Starostin, All-Russian Scientific Research Institute, Ministry of Internal Affairs The Three R’s: Lessons Learned from September 11, 2001 Robert Prieto, Parsons Brinckerhoff Inc. Discussion Bioterrorism Russ Zajtchuk, Chicago Hospitals International Role of Ministry for Extreme Situations and Executive Agencies of the City of Moscow in Extreme Situations Resulting from Acts of Terrorism Aleksandr M. Yeliseev, Moscow Main Administration for Civil Defense and Emergency Situations Protection of the Transportation System from Acts of Terrorism Konstantin V. Frolov, RAS Institute of Machine Science General Discussion Summary of Results of the Workshop Konstantin V. Frolov—Director, RAS Institute of Machine Science, Cochair George Bugliarello—President Emeritus and University Professor, Polytechnic University, Cochair

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Terrorism: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Improving Responses - U.S.-Russian Workshop Proceedings U.S.-Russian Workshop on the Problems of Computer Terrorism Presidium, Russian Academy of Sciences Moscow March 18, 2003 Opening of Workshop Igor B. Fedorov—Rector, N. E. Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Cochair Anita K. Jones—University of Virginia, Cochair A Perspective on Cybersecurity Research in the United States Wm. A. Wulf, President, NAE Analysis of the Threat of Cyber Attacks in Russia to Large-Scale Systems for Control of Transportation Mikhail B. Ignatyev, St. Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation Discussion Cyberattacks as an Amplifier in Terrorist Strategy Lewis M. Branscomb, Harvard University Cybercrime and Cyberterrorism Mikhail P. Sychev, N. E. Bauman Moscow State Technical University Discussion Comments on IT Safety Anatoly Streltsov, National Security Council Protecting Bank Networks from Acts of Computer Terrorism Boris I. Skorodumov, Institute of Banking Affairs of the Association of Russian Banks Comprehensive Training of Specialists to Counter Information Security Threats Nikolai V. Medvedev, N. E. Bauman Moscow State Technical University Discussion

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Terrorism: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Improving Responses - U.S.-Russian Workshop Proceedings Computer Security Training for Professional Specialists and Personnel Associated with the Necessity for Countermeasures to Computer Attacks Aleksey I. Tolstoy, Moscow Engineering Physics Institute Information Assurance Education in the United States Anita K. Jones, University of Virginia Discussion Protection of Electronic Documents in Computer Systems Valery A. Konyavsky, Scientific Research Institute of Problems of Computer Technology and Information, Ministry of Communications and Information Experience of International Cooperation in the Field of Scientific Support for Antiterrorist Activity Anatoly P. Sudoplatov, Moscow State University Certain Aspects of the Development of Conditions Favorable to Cyberterrorism and the Main Areas of Cooperation in the Struggle Against It Igor A. Sokolov, RAS Institute for Informatics Problems About the Activity of the Publicly Funded Center of Internet Security Aleksey A. Soldatov, GNT Kurchatov Institute General Discussion Consideration of the Possibility of Joint Projects Summary of Results of Workshop Igor B. Fedorov—Rector, N. E. Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Cochair Anita K. Jones—University of Virginia, Cochair

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Terrorism: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Improving Responses - U.S.-Russian Workshop Proceedings Program for the Meeting of the RAS and NRC Counterterrorism Committees for Development of a Program of Joint Activities March 19–20, 2003 March 19, 2003 Opening Opening of the Meeting of Joint Committees, Cochairs Yevgeny P. Velikhov, Kurchatov State Research Center of Atomic Energy, and Siegfried S. Hecker, Los Alamos National Laboratory Welcoming Remarks, Yury S. Osipov, RAS President Welcoming Remarks, Wm. A. Wulf, NAE President Welcoming Remarks and Presentation, Valentin A. Sobolev, Secretary, Security Council of the Russian Federation Session on Counterterrorism Activities in Russia and the United States and Selected Themes International Cooperation and Russian Activities in Counterterrorism, Anatoly Y. Safonov, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs National Academies Activities in Counterterrorism, Wm. A. Wulf, NAE Activities of Russia in the Struggle with Transnational Crime and Terrorism, Anatoly S. Kulikov, Duma RAS Activities in Counterterrorism, Nikolai P. Laverov and Nikolai A. Platé, RAS Vice Presidents Report of Committee of the National Academies, Making the Nation Safer: The Role of Science and Technology in Countering Terrorism, Lewis M. Branscomb, Harvard University Countering Illegal Circulation of Radioactive Materials, Vladimir M. Kutsenko, Minatom Session of Joint Committee on Selected Themes Medical Aspects of Controlling Acts of Bioterrorism, Gennady G. Onishenko, First Deputy Minister of Health and Chief Public Health Doctor of Russia Ethnic Roots and Problems of Terrorism, Valery A. Tishkov, RAS Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology; Robert McC. Adams, University of California at San Diego

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Terrorism: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Improving Responses - U.S.-Russian Workshop Proceedings Report of Cochairs of Two Workshops, George Bugliarello, Polytechnic University, and Konstantin V. Frolov, RAS Institute of Machine Science; Anita K. Jones, University of Virginia, and Igor B. Fedorov, N. E. Bauman Moscow State Technical University Views on Bioterrorism, Aleksandr S. Spirin RAS Protein Institute, Russ Zajtchuk, Chicago Hospitals International Meeting of Joint Committee Consideration of the U.S.-Russian Joint Program (goals, approaches, anticipated results, priorities), Yevgeny P. Velikhov, Kurchatov State Research Center of Atomic Energy, and Siegfried S. Hecker, Los Alamos National Laboratory Membership and Interactions of Committee, Velikhov and Hecker March 20, 2003 Session of Joint Committee on Selected Themes Electromagnetic Terrorism, Vladimir Ye. Fortov, RAS Moscow High Temperature Institute (Yury V. Parfyonov, Institute for High Energy Densities); Siegfried S. Hecker, Los Alamos National Laboratory Nuclear and Radiological Terrorism, Leonid Bolshov, RAS Nuclear Safety Institute Department of Homeland Security: Background and Challenges, Raphael F. Perl, Congressional Research Service Meeting of Joint Committee Adoption of a Program of Joint Activity (goals, approaches, anticipated results) Consideration and Agreement of Priorities for Cooperation Plans for Committee Activities Near-Term Steps and the Next Meeting

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Terrorism: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Improving Responses - U.S.-Russian Workshop Proceedings Agenda for Visits to Ministries of the Russian Federation NRC Committee on Counterterrorism Challenges for Russia and the United States March 21, 2003 Ministry of Emergency Situations Deputy Minister Mikhail I. Faleev Gen./Prof. Vasily V. Baterev Maj. Gen. Mikhail A. Shakhramanian Vladimir Novikov, Head of the Department for Emergency Prevention and Response Ministry of Internal Affairs Gen. Sergey Ivanovich Girko, Head of Institute Fedor Gregorovich Sery, Head of Scientific Laboratory Responsible for Combating Terrorism, Kidnapping, etc. Sergey A. Nyrikov, Head of Scientific Laboratory Responsible for Research on Terrorism and Transportation Yuri Maravovich Antonyan, Head Scientific Contributor to VNII MVD Vitaly Y. Kvashis, Chief Research Fellow, Distinguished Scholar Sergey A. Starostin, VNII MVD Ministry of Foreign Affairs Deputy Foreign Minister Anatoly. Y. Safonov Ministry of Atomic Energy Vladimir Petrovich Kuchinov, Head of International Relations Department