EnergySec Releases Executive Brief on MIT Critical Infrastructure Report

EnergySec published an Executive Brief (EB) focused on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Center for International Studies and Internet Policy Research Initiative jointly released report focused on critical infrastructure security. ...

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EnergySec President Steve Parker Presentation on ICS Security Workforce Issues and Answers at ICSJWG

EnergySec President Steve Parker gave a presentation at the Industrial Control Systems Joint Working Group Spring Meeting about ICS security workforce issues and how to solve them. The talk focused ...


Webinar Replay: Network Threat Hunting Part 3 – Success

The last part of the Network Threat Hunting series will address key factors for success as well as potential categories of tools which can help ensure that your Network Threat ...

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EnergySec Releases Comments on Virtualization and Transmission Owner Control Centers

EnergySec published comments on the Transmission Owners Control Center and Virtualizations white papers the Standards Drafting Team is seeking comments on. Since EnergySec does not formally vote on SDT ballot issues, we are not formally submitting these comments to the SDT. However, we are making them available for our members to use or revise as […]

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Webinar Replay: Network Threat Hunting Part 2 – Analysis

The second in a three part series of webinars dedicated to Network Threat Hunting Capabilities. This discussion focuses on the level of knowledge, skills, and abilities required as well as approaches for analysis activities associated with Network Threat Hunting capabilities. The discussion will address KSA’s associated with infrastructure and other systems as well as illustrative […]

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Low Impact Incident Response Plans and the ERO

As many of you have likely heard, the ERO has settled on a consistent audit approach for the initial performance of low impact Incident Response Plans (IRP). The ERO now considers that such plans must be tested prior to April 1, 2017. This is an unfortunate position, although it is technically defensible given the ambiguity […]

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Webinar Replay: Network Threat Hunting Part 1 – Visibility

The first in a three part series that explores high level requirements for utilities to have successful Network Threat Hunting capabilities. Part I (Visibility) begins the conversation around what are the prerequisites for developing network based threat hunting capabilities. The webinar will explore basic requirements for visibility, acquisition, scope, positioning, and operations that support network […]

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EnergySec Event Tackles Cybersecurity Workforce Challenge

CLACKAMAS, Ore., March 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The Energy Sector Security Consortium, Inc. (EnergySec) today announced a new educational event to address the shortage of cybersecurity professionals in the electric sector. This event, to be held near Austin, TX, on May 15-19th, is designed for early to mid career cybersecurity professionals currently employed at electric […]

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