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The myriad challenges posed by the coronavirus underscore the urgent need to ensure that our nation's power supplies aren't significantly disrupted by a cyber attack, writes retired Vice Admiral John Shkor in this commentary published in The Hill. Shkor, who is on the board of directors of the nonprofit Protect Our Power organization, points to the newly released report from the Cyberspace Solarium Commission as an important pathway to enhanced grid resilience.  

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Matt Chester on Apr 1, 2020

What an appropriately terrifying message-- it would be easy to 'wait' to spread this message, but the impact can be wide now. Thanks so much for sharing

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