The electricity sector is in the midst of a fundamental cultural change with respect to cybersecurity. While the electricity sector has been the only critical infrastructure sector that has had mandatory and enforceable cybersecurity standards to date, this minimum level of protection is not enough to battle the continuous onslaught of malicious code and targeted attacks against our IT and Industrial Control Systems (ICS). The comprehensive “baseline of security” found within the NERC Critical Infrastructure Protection Standards is necessary to ensure that we are all speaking the same language. The mandatory and enforceable standards, while minimal, provide awareness and basic . . .
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United States Cybersecurity Magazine
- Elite Russian Hackers: The Growing Threat
- Exploring Behavioral and Neuroscience Approaches to Cybersecurity: A Study of Phishing
- The Next Big Data Breach: Don’t Let It Be You!
- A-ISAC Cooperating to Protect Our Skies
- America’s Cyber Warriors: Appropriate Training at the Forefront
- Looking under the Hood of Cybersecurity Education
- Growing the Silver Bullet
- Colorado Springs: A Beautiful City for Cybersecurity
- Improving Your Cybersecurity Posture with Enterprise Architecture
- SOME UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF COLLABORATING
- A CIRO’s-Eye View of Digital Risk Management
- How to Increase Your CEO and Board’s Cybersecurity Literacy
- A Time for American Leadership in Cybersecurity