FAQ's - How to Improve Security and Reduce NERC CIP Compliance Costs Using Smart Identification
- Jun 7, 2021 9:59 pm GMT
In a recent Energy Central PowerSession - How to Improve Security and Reduce NERC CIP Compliance Costs Using Smart Identification we discussed the following:
- How PIV cards can enable utilities to better secure their physical and cyber-assets by controlling access to buildings and networks, as well as rendering passwords obsolete;
- How PIV cards can aid disaster-recovery efforts;
- How PIV cards can help utilities keep employee risk-assessments and training up to date;
- How PIV cards can be used to meet specific NERC CIP compliance standards.
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