Ongoing cyber-attacks are the new normal. Whether they’re the work of politically or criminally-motivated individuals, or the coordinated efforts of nation-state actors, our nation’s critical assets will continue to be bombarded by digital attacks. Those protecting our critical infrastructure must be vigilant to the ever-evolving cyber threats to the industry.
Many of these threats have to do with the fact that power grids throughout the country are now connected online. New digital technologies increase the efficiency and ease of use of power and electrical grids. However, these smart technologies are in . . .