Thursday, May 7, 2009

From the SGS Blog: A Suitable Smart Grid Security Standards Dev Process

To all colleagues working on the formulation of effective security policy for the emerging smart grid, here's something from Jack Danahy I think you'll really like ...
JD: For those of you who are security devotees and are looking for a new place to offer some value, and for those of you who are dedicated to the Smart Grid and are worried about security, I'd like to draw your attention to the draft Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC) Smart Grid Policy Paper issued in March, and closing on comments this coming Monday, May 11th. Admittedly it might be a bit close to the wire for those of you looking to add your own views to the process, but as this is really only a draft, I figured that both communities would do well to be aware of what is coming in this potential policy so that you will be better prepared to think and act on it.
Click through for the full article: Foreseeing Federal Policy for Smart Grid Security

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