Registered entities must report to NERC on the cyber assets present on their systems and the potential impact of adding security monitoring software.
FERC ordered NERC to require utilities to implement internal network security monitoring on certain cyber systems at bulk power system facilities.
NERC's 2021 Annual Report identified climate change and cybersecurity as major risks to grid reliability, while highlighting efforts to combat them.
A new report from cybersecurity firm Tenable warns that critical infrastructure and other sectors must tackle the vulnerabilities found in common platforms.
As fears of Russian military action against Ukraine rise, the U.S. government is urging cyber readiness at the nation's critical infrastructure operators.
In light of recent cyberattacks, FERC is calling for new standards that would require entities to monitor their internal computer networks for intrusions.
Panelists at the National Association of Regulated Utility Commissioners' annual meeting said requiring documentation of software's origins may be tricky.
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm and NERC CEO Jim Robb discussed the challenges of climate change and cybersecurity on the second day of GridSecCon 2021.
Panelists at NERC's GridSecCon 2021 security conference discussed the rapidly growing threat from sophisticated cyberattackers targeting critical software.
A new report from FERC and the E-ISAC details the ongoing cost of last year's breach of the SolarWinds Orion platform, which affected thousands of companies.
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