Managing Unexpected Risks: Handling Rare and Severe Events Now and in the Future

This seminar considered resilience in critical systems, i.e. how to identify, assess and manage recovery from events which are rare, unexpected and have high impact. Tragedies such as 9/11 or the loss of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 might be high-profile examples. Such ‘Black Swan’ events are generally explainable with hindsight, making them appear predictable after the event.

Andrew Larkins, Sygensys Ltd – Hunting Black Swans in Power Grids Related to EV Charging and Satellite Navigation Timing Signals

See event details on the Safety-Critical Systems Club website