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February 25, 2024
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NERC Balks at Expansion of Cyber Rules
EPSA Panel Discusses Foreign, Domestic Threats
<em>RTO Insider</em> Editor Rich Heidorn Jr. (left) moderates a panel on cyber and physical security with (from left) FBI Special Agent John J. Rovinski Jr.; Manny Cancel, CEO of E-ISAC; Mara Winn, deputy director for preparedness, policy and risk analysis for the Department of Energy's Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security, and Emergency Response (CESER); and former New Jersey regulator Richard S. Mroz, an adviser to Protect Our Power
RTO Insider Editor Rich Heidorn Jr. (left) moderates a panel on cyber and physical security with (from left) FBI Special Agent John J. Rovinski Jr.; Manny Cancel, CEO of E-ISAC; Mara Winn, deputy director for preparedness, policy and risk analysis for the Department of Energy's Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security, and Emergency Response (CESER); and former New Jersey regulator Richard S. Mroz, an adviser to Protect Our Power | © RTO Insider LLC
NERC will not support expanding physical security standards to all major BPS assets when it files comments with FERC next month, a senior official told EPSA.
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