Directors increasingly view cybersecurity as an enterprise-wide risk issue.
Security must be organizational – simply complying will leave you vulnerable.
As it relates to cyber security, the existing regulatory paradigm falls short and provides inadequate protection to the electric grid.
A look at Its new guidelines for secure remote access
Questions and answers on consumer privacy and threats to the grid – both physical and cyber.
Regulators and utilities should collaborate more to address cyber threats.
Survival in the new market requires embracing new technologies and practices.
Presidential attention raises the priority level for cybersecurity.
Have industry leaders and regulators turned a corner on efforts to make the grid more secure?
The year 2011 may have forever changed the way we think about the security of networks and systems. Following a year many are calling the “year of the hack,” security professionals have fundamentally changed their outlook when it comes to the threat of a network breach. Whereas previously, many considered a breach unlikely and more of an “if” scenario, many have shifted to a mindset of “when.”
Resuming progress after 2011’s uncertainty.
From the Fukushima disaster and its repercussions, to the raging battle over new EPA regulations, 2011 was one of the most volatile years on record for the electric power business. Will 2012 be better or worse than 2011? Cost factors make this a great time to invest, but overhanging uncertainties might bring another year of fear.