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El Nino and NRC Preparedness

F. Paul Peduzzi
Branch Chief
Division of Preparedness and Response

El Niño is already making itself felt along the West Coast. This phenomenon occurs every two to seven years. 356 more words


Emergency Java Update - Daily Security Byte EP. 213

Normally, Oracle only releases patches every three months. However, they broke that cycle to release an emergency Java update. Watch today’s video to learn what it fixes, 43 more words

Editorial Articles

Wij Nederlanders

Woensdag, half 6 ‘s middags. De NS trein komt aanrijden, er is al een grote stoet ontstaan op perron 2. Langzaam komt de trein tot stilstand. 711 more words


Insider Spear Phishing - Daily Security Byte EP. 212

Usually, we discuss spear phishing as an external attack. However, a recent Department of Justice case proves insiders leverage spear phishing too. Watch today’s video to learn how a former Nuclear Regulatory Committee employee tried to spear phish his ex-coworkers, and how you might avoid such attacks. 52 more words

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NRC Finishes Review of Vermont Yankee Decommissioning Planning Report

Neil Sheehan
Public Affairs Officer
Region I

More of a marathon than a sprint, the decommissioning of a nuclear power plant can in some cases take decades. 345 more words


Nuclear secrets spear-phisher pleads guilty

The US penchant for listing the maximum possible prison sentences that alleged offenders might end up serving, assuming they are guilty and end up convicted, doesn’t please everyone. 676 more words


Crossing the Finish Line at Watts Bar

Joey Ledford
Public Affairs Officer
Region II

Watts Bar Unit 2, the nation’s first new commercial nuclear unit in a generation, received its NRC operating license last October and is closing in on its first nuclear chain reaction. 503 more words