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EPRI Cyber Security and Privacy Program (P183) Deliverables - Updated: June 2016

Product ID:3002009060
Date Published:27-Jul-2016
Sector Name:Power Delivery & Utilization - Distribution & Utilization
Document Type:Issues & Overviews
Price:No Charge

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Cyber and physical security have become critical priorities for electric utilities. The evolving electricity sector is increasingly dependent on information technology and telecommunication infrastructure to ensure the reliability and security of the electric grid. Specifically, measures to ensure cyber security must be designed and implemented to protect the electric grid from attacks by terrorists and hackers, and to strengthen grid resilience against natural disasters and inadvertent threats such as equipment failures and user errors.

The Cyber Security Program of the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) focuses on addressing the emerging threats to an interconnected electric sector through multidisciplinary, collaborative research on cyber security technologies, standards, and business processes. This product is a list of Cyber Security Program products organized by topical area.

2016 Program 183   Cyber Security and Privacy
  • Standards
  • Risk management
  • Critical cyber assets
  • Cyber attack
  • Cyber security
  • Security risk assessment

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