This year’s Annual Security Summit held in Austin, Texas from August 18-22 has concluded. Thank you to all who participated and helped make this a huge success! Be sure to mark your ...
Partnered with: Abstract Listen to Oxford Computer Group (OCG), Microsoft, EnergySec and other utility security experts in this panel discussion exploring how Microsoft can strengthen your internal compliance and identity systems. Access control and data protection in relation to identities using Bulk Electric System (BES) cyber systems that must be protected represent a major component of NERC CIP V5 requirements. […]
EnergySec launches a collaborative working group focused on incident response for small and medium sized utilities. There is no shortage of topics that need to be addressed but EnergySec felt this is particular issue is near the top and it is an issue with potentially significant opportunity to make a positive difference. The working group […]
EnergySec/NESCO Members receive a 30% discount. Click here to obtain your discount code(s) for 2014 events. EnerNex and EnergySec have teamed to bring you this workshop delivered in a hands-on environment at EnerNex’s Smart Grid Labs with a focused and in-depth look at the secure authentication v5 (SAv5) functionality of the IEEE Std 1815-2012 (DNP3) standards, along […]
Utilities Telecom Council (UTC) and EnergySec Partner to Deliver Training to the Utilities Community
Original online press release can be found here. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 24, 2014 FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Paul Lekan 202.833.6815 email@example.com Washington, DC—UTC and EnergySec have partnered to provide high quality cybersecurity training to the utility and critical infrastructure industry. The partnership combines the expertise of both organizations into a new education track […]
Webinar: Interpretations and Forecasts – Looking Beyond Rumors, Myths and Misunderstandings About the New NIST Cybersecurity Framework
On February 12, 2014 the White House released the first version of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. NIST was directed to create the framework in response to Executive Order 13636, Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity. Since the preliminary framework was released last October, many rumors have been going around about what the framework is or is not. […]