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Cyber security for smart grid components

Cyber security for smart grid components

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The strong focus on smart grid security over the past several years has resulted in a substantial evolution of standards and guidance, as well as an increased awareness by leaders and stakeholders around the importance of a strong security posture. In essence, the industry has made very significant progress in the what and why aspects of smart grid security. Given the authors’ extensive experience in smart grid design, deployment and operation they can assert the even greater importance of execution in establishing that strong posture. Their study focuses on the considerations and challenges inherent with the development, implementation, operation and sustainability of security in smart grid ecosystems. Smart Grid security components often do not lend themselves to traditional IT-centric controls nor automated deployment, instrumentation, monitoring and response. They will identify a set of core tenets that serve to enable a strong security posture and corresponding application based on their experience.

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