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- Oct 6, 2020 5:00 pm GMTOct 6, 2020 4:54 pm GMT
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During and after the PowerSession “Cybersecurity on the U.S. Power Grid: Software Supply Chain Risks and Mitigations for NERC CIP-010-3”, held on August 12th, we heard from numerous attendees and registrants that the topic was so rich that they easily could have listened to another hour of content, they wished they had time to ask more questions, or they were, unfortunately, unable to attend live.
So, on August 27th we hosted a Happy Hour Discussion with two Energy Central Experts: Richard Brooks, Senior Consultant and Lead Software Engineer at Reliable Energy Analytics LLC, and special guest Tom Alrich, Cyber Risk Management and NERC CIP Consultant. During this session, moderator Matt Chester lead a discussion between Richard and Tom on Cybersecurity. He also posed some questions, that we were not able to address during the first PowerSession, having Richard and Tom address them in a lively discussion.
If you missed this session and would like to listen in, now is your chance to listen in. So, grab a glass of wine, beer or afternoon tea and enjoy!
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