If you missed the latest webinar hosted by EnergySec with Andrew Ginter, here’s your chance to catch up.
Risk management basics – understand the risks we accept. We should accept no risks blindly. At Waterfall we see electric utilities focusing smart grid risk management on too small a set of adverse outcomes, most of which constitute High Frequency, Low Impact (HFLI) events, such as electric power theft and PII breaches. This presentation suggests a larger set of events that should be part of utility OT cyber risk programs, and reviews modern mitigations for these events including: Secure PHA Review (SPR), Consequence-Driven, Cyber-Informed Engineering (CCE) and Secure Operations Technology (SEC-OT). Modern mitigations generally include physical mitigation for the most serious Low Frequency, High Impact events.
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