So, the overall conclusion from this is that
nuclear security culture is crucial to the implementation of any good security system.
There are common phrases that have been used that say that security is “20% hardware and
80% people,” that, no matter how good our hardware is or how good our physical security
system design is, no matter how good our alarm system is, without good security culture,
all of that is actually going to fail. There is a human factor involved in all of it. We
must continually work to maintain and improve the security culture among management, among
our regulators, among our operators, and among our staff within our entire nuclear enterprise.
Without that, we could lead to a poor security environment, and a poor security environment
could lead to major consequences for the entire nuclear security enterprise.