Cybersecurity researchers say a new malware tool shows how quickly the threat community has developed since the relatively crude attacks of just six years ago.
President Joe Biden ordered a review of a number of critical sectors, including energy, in order to “strengthen the resilience of America’s supply chains.“
President Joe Biden has suspended a Trump administration rule that restricts the purchase of bulk power system equipment from foreign adversaries.
FERC and NERC published a white paper on ways utilities can identify the manufacturers of equipment used in their computer networks.
NERC issued its second Level 2 alert of the year to gather data on the BPS’ exposure to “foreign adversaries” in response to an executive order.
The team updating NERC’s standards to address cybersecurity supply chain risks is seeking a way forward in the face of opposition to its proposed changes.
The drafting team working on changes to NERC standards on supply chain risks will regroup after an initial ballot indicated opposition to the changes.
The SDT working on options for entities to manage BES cyber information is resolving overlaps within the affected standards and ongoing projects.
NERC’s Board of Trustees approved the final slate of members for the new Reliability and Security Technical Committee, with its first meeting next month.
NERC has opened a 45-day formal comment period on proposed reliability standards addressing cybersecurity supply chain risks.
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