THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF SECURITY
Developing the opportunities for building nuclear security
- 1 Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - Institute of Metal Science Equipment and Technologies with Hydroaerodynamics Centre “Acad. A Balevski”, Sofia, Bulgaria
The potential for criminal or intentional unauthorized acts involving or directed at nuclear or other radioactive material or their associated facilities and associated activities is an ongoing global concern. Because of their widespread use, nuclear and other radioactive materials are vulnerable to sabotage, or to being stolen, lost or acquired illegally by individuals or groups that may use th em for malicious purposes. The objective of a nuclear security regime is to prevent, detect and respond to nuclear security events, and to protect persons, property, society and the environment from harmful consequences associated with nuclear and other radioactive materials.
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