Electronic Access Control or Monitoring Systems (EACMS)
FERC approved revisions to three of NERC’s critical infrastructure protection reliability standards, submitted under Project 2019-03.
NERC’s board and Member Representatives Committee will hold their first meetings of 2021 remotely because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
NERC has opened a 45-day formal comment period on proposed reliability standards addressing cybersecurity supply chain risks.
The team considering changes to supply chain standards may leave two key definitions in their form due to scope creep and communication issues.
Jim Robb, NERC's self-effacing CEO, is adjusting to a brighter spotlight due to the "fuel war" debates and growing cybersecurity concerns.
FERC expanded NERC’s cyber incident reporting requirements, closing what it said was a gap in the CIP reliability standards.
The NERC Board of Trustees approved a supply chain report and a new standard on third-party transient electronic devices while eliminating 84 requirements.
The NERC Board of Trustees approve a supply chain report and a new standard on third-party transient electronic devices while eliminating 84 requirements.
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