Critical Infrastructure Protection

  Posted on: Thursday, September 27, 2018
Protecting the power grid from cyberattacks
Homeland Security News Wire

As the national power grid becomes increasingly dependent on computers and data sharing—providing significant benefits for utilities, customers, and communities—it has also become more vulnerable to both physical and cyber threats. While evolving standards with strict enforcement help reduce risks, efforts focused on response and recovery capabilities are just as critical––as is research aimed at creating a well-defended next generation smart grid.



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Critical Infrastructure Protection:
10/9/18   DHS Releases Strategy to Confront Potentially Devastating Electromagnetic Pulse Threat
9/27/18   Protecting the power grid from cyberattacks
9/20/18   Walmart Emergency Manager Jason Jackson Shares How to Measure Preparedness
8/15/18   FBI eyes plethora of river-related threats
8/14/18   PERSPECTIVE: America Is Under Attack, and It’s More Than Russian Election-Meddling
8/4/18   Energy Department to Vet Grid’s Ability to Reboot After a Cyberattack
8/2/18   Detecting faults in the electrical grid
6/27/18   Cyber Experts Fear Critical U.S. Infrastructure Is Vulnerable, Survey Finds
6/26/18   Feds ban drones over many prisons, Coast Guard facilities
5/16/18   Expanding U.S. electric transmission systems to bolster grid resilience
5/4/18   Report: Nation’s Grid Operators Have Sufficient ‘BlackStart’ Capability
4/25/18   DIUx and Dedrone Partner to Respond to Adversarial UAS Threats
4/17/18   Hackers can steal data via power lines
3/19/18   GAO: NIST and Department of Commerce Need to Address Persistent Challenges on Physical Security
3/14/18   Report: Asia-Pacific Cybersecurity Chiefs Expect Major Attack on Critical Infrastructure
3/14/18   Utility Firms Say Cybersecurity Threats Will Have Biggest Impact on Operations
2/2/18   FCC sets November 2019 deadline for more precise targeting of wireless emergency alert system
1/12/18   Detect illicit drone video filming
1/3/18   Subterranean Challenge: Revolutionizing underground capabilities
1/2/18   New York City to install 1,500 barriers to prevent vehicle ramming attacks
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