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Richard — 68 posts

Co-Founder and Lead Software Engineer, Reliable Energy Analytics LLC

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Tom — 63 posts

Supply chain Cybersecurity Risk Management and NERC CIP-013 consulting, Tom Alrich LLC

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Wayne — 57 posts

I help CIOs build IT Leadership Teams capable of delivering the Digital Energy Transformation, The Chapel Group

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Matt — 55 posts

Energy Analyst, Chester Energy and Policy

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Peter — 38 posts

Founder and CEO, Inflection Point Agency

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Karen — 34 posts

Freelance Business Writer, Final Draft Communications, LLC

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What could your organization have done to prevent the SolarWinds attack? Nothing. What could SolarWinds have done? Everything. Question: Shouldn't they be regulated?
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Two of the most consequential control system cyber events (attacks) in 2020 were supply chain attacks. The first event was the Chinese installing hardware backdoors in large electric transformers, an incident that prompted Presidential Executive..
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The National Technology and Information Administration of the US Department of Commerce has rescheduled the webinar on a possible proof of concept for production and use of software bills of materials in the electric power industry.
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Continuing my series of posts on NERC's CIP-013 FAQ. Of course, NERC insists this isn't "guidance", but given that NERC has provided nothing else to help entities comply with CIP-013 since 2017, the community is rightly paying attention to this.

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