From the Summer 2014 Issue

Three Digital Security Trends That Are Shaping the U.S. Nuclear Energy Industry

Herbert Richardson
Vice President of Security and Loss Prevention | AREVA, Inc.

Kelsey McCown
Change Management and Communication Specialist | AREVA, Inc.

Suzanne Delica
Engineer and Media Relations Specialist | AREVA, Inc.

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The Heartbleed bug. The Stuxnet virus. Digital sabotage. The digital threats to our critical energy delivery infrastructure are growing daily. Our transparent energy supply is increasingly important to protect and digital security is becoming one of the biggest challenges facing utilities and industry suppliers today. 
One example of an industry taking proactive steps for digital protection is the nuclear energy industry. The eminent need for digital security is rapidly advancing the modernization of nuclear power plant equipment and the development of cutting-edge technologies. However, an interconnected landscape of risks and rewards also brings the challenge of . . .

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