NERC's three-day GridEx exercise tested electric grid stakeholders on their response to a wide variety of threats.
Electric industry stakeholders discussed pressing threats to grid reliability at FERC's annual Reliability Technical Conference.
FERC OK'd the 2024 business plans and budgets for the ERO, though Commissioner James Danly called for “a significant improvement in … speed and agility.”
Held every two years, the GridEx conference helps electric utilities and other stakeholders test and improve their security incident response plans.
NERC CEO Jim Robb told GridSecCon attendees that maintaining cyber vigilance in the electric sector requires support from outside.
The successor to the Cyberspace Solarium Commission applauded government cybersecurity efforts but warned that adversaries are still hard at work.
NERC and E-ISAC executive Manny Cancel testified before the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about cyber and physical threats to the North American power grid.
FERC accepted NERC's clarification of several elements of the ERO's 2023 budget.
A new report by the successor to the Cyberspace Solarium Commission warned that utilities’ relationships with the E-ISAC are not as strong as they could be.
EROs are increasing their budgets for 2024, with the increases largely funding personnel and meetings. Draft budgets are available for stakeholder comment.
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