Wednesday, June 5, 2013

CPUC's Villarreal is the Real Deal for Grid Security from the US States' Perspective


From cybersecurity to privacy, the Green Button and security metrics, this recent deck from the California Public Utility Commission's (CPUC's) Chris Villarreal covers the entire grid security waterfront from a (very big) state's point of view.

This is well worth your time if you're a regulator in another state, a regulated entity in any state, or you just want to get a better feel for the way this process is evolving.

Note links on last slide to excellent CPUC security white paper by Chris and his security savvy colleagues, Liza Malashenko and J. David Erickson, and to NARUC's excellent "Cybersecurity for State Regulators 2.0" guide. There are other states upping their cybersecurity game as well, but California and Texas have been the two trailblazers. Of that there is no doubt.

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URL for this deck, which accompanied Erfan Ibrahim's SG Educational Series webinar:

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B83Q27_xggOTV3JpVTlSNnRGNGM/edit?usp=sharing

URL for another nice write-up on the work of Chris and his colleagues, from Greentech Media's Jeff St. John:

http://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/smart-grid-cybersecurity-the-california-way

4 comments:

tomalrich said...

I attended that webinar and agree it was great. Unfortunately, I don't think there is a recording.

Anyone interested in getting notices of further webinars in this series (which covers various SG issues and has been really excellent)should email Erfan Ibrahim at erfan97150@gmail.com

Tom Alrich

justine rehan said...

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justine rehan said...

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justine rehan said...

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