NERC's three-day GridEx exercise tested electric grid stakeholders on their response to a wide variety of threats.
Peter Karasev pleaded not guilty in federal court to charges of damaging power substations.
With an uptick in physical attacks on electric infrastructure, the Southeastern Electric Reliability Council hosted a session on making physical security more bulletproof — literally.
Gunfire caused more than $200,000 damage at two Idaho Power dams, the Justice Department said.
Panelists at a FERC-NERC technical conference said they oppose mandatory minimum security rules on critical facilities to protect against physical attacks.
A White House official urged participants in PJM’s General Session to engage in closer collaboration at all levels as cyber and physical security threats morph.
One of two men charged with attacking electric substations in Washington state over the Christmas holiday has pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges.
NERC will consider changes to its reliability standard for physical security in response to the threat of violence against grid assets.
Representatives of SERC Reliability’s member entities joined the regional entity’s Board of Directors here for its first meeting of the year on Wednesday.
Supply chain issues, the trend toward electrification, and cyber and physical security all weigh on the minds of leaders of the nation’s electric cooperatives.
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