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The rapid spread of AI software prompted CISA and other global cybersecurity agencies to create new guidelines for safe development of machine learning tools.
The federal government is standing ready to help New England with fuel supply and grid reliability this winter, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said.
The clean energy transition in the U.S. is creating a grid that is increasingly distributed and increasingly digital, making it vulnerable to cyberattacks.
Electric distribution systems carrying energy to end consumers are vulnerable to cyberattacks, but a new report says these risks are “not fully” addressed.
A new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine calls for an expanded role for federal leadership in transmission planning.
President Trump fired CISA Director Chris Krebs after he and the agency pushed back against Trump's false claims of electoral fraud.
The Department of Homeland Security’s CISA has provided a list of guidelines for safely operating control centers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A panel at NARUC's Winter Policy Summit on the cybersecurity of natural gas infrastructure waded into the world of insurance.
Although fears of an imminent U.S. military conflict with Iran have eased, cybersecurity experts cautioned the country remains an increasing cyber threat.
Limits of grid exercises and simulation tools, and the need to prepare for a cyberattack were themes at the National Academies’ conference on grid security.
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