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February 29, 2024
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PJM Adopting New Web Protocols in Response to Cybersecurity Concerns
Russia, Allies Linked to DDOS Attacks
PJM will stop supporting older, less secure versions of its transport layer security (TLS) in its remaining applications because of cybersecurity concerns. The RTO will begin requiring use of TLS 1.2 on applications between July 19 and Aug. 17.
PJM will stop supporting older, less secure versions of its transport layer security (TLS) in its remaining applications because of cybersecurity concerns. The RTO will begin requiring use of TLS 1.2 on applications between July 19 and Aug. 17. | PJM
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PJM's top security officer briefed stakeholders on the RTO's responses to the latest cyber threats, including hostile activity by Russia and its allies.
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