Adding security to smart grid projects is another likely area of focus. The need for security was highlighted earlier this month, after unnamed national security officials told the WSJ that cyberspies had penetrated parts of the nation's grid system and left behind software meant to disrupt it. But justifying expensive security on a cost-benefit measure could be difficult for those developing projects seeking stimulus funding, said Frances Cleveland, president of Xanthus Consulting International.Here's the article in full.
Thursday, April 23, 2009
Here We Go Again: Smart Grid Security Equivocation