NYU – “Potentially Catastrophic Vulnerabilities in GPS” – Live web forum

September 24, 2015

New York University – International Center for Enterprise Preparedness (InterCEP)

When: Tuesday, September 29, 2015 11:00 A.M. (Eastern Time)

Join this discussion on The Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), with a look at how it works and its many applications. The discussion focus will be on Critical Infrastructure GPS Dependencies. We will examine various types of interference, whether it be unintentional interference (Solar Max) or intentional interference such as jamming. Jim Caverly will be leading this discussion and is recognized as a leading expert in Homeland Security with a focus on critical infrastructure protection and resilience; public-private partnerships; information sharing processes and protocols. His career of Federal service spans more than 40 years and includes senior positions with the Departments of Homeland Security and Energy.

Note: For a downloadable copy of Mr. Caverly’s graphic “Critical Infrastructure GPS Dependencies” click here.