Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)
The rapid spread of AI software prompted CISA and other global cybersecurity agencies to create new guidelines for safe development of machine learning tools.
NERC CEO Jim Robb told GridSecCon attendees that maintaining cyber vigilance in the electric sector requires support from outside.
CISA spotlighted supply chain risk management with the release of a guide intended to help buyers of electronics equipment identify and mitigate risks in their supply chains.
Registered entities must report to NERC on the cyber assets present on their systems and the potential impact of adding security monitoring software.
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.
Any new cyber incident reporting requirements for critical infrastructure must be drafted to avoid overlap with existing regulations, the ERO told CISA.
At FERC’s annual reliability technical conference, commissioners focused on work needed to prepare the bulk power system for rapidly developing challenges.
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As it moves toward implementing the cybersecurity requirements added to its budget, CISA said it will seek public comment on the best approach for execution.
A presidential advisory committee warned in a new report that industries' information and operational technology systems are not effectively siloed.
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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