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Dec 22, 2012

New report on Smart Grids cyber security measures; a risk-based approach is key to secure implementation, according to EU Agency ENISA


The EU’s cyber security agency ENISA has investigated the challenges for baseline smart grids protection in Europe. This new report assists smart grid providers to improve their cyber security and resilience of their infrastructures, with a set of minimum security measures.
New report on Smart Grids cyber security measures; a risk-based approach is key to secure implementation, according to EU Agency ENISA
In contrast to the US’ strict regulatory path, the European approach is to allow a certain degree of ‘freedom’, where these guidelines above can be tailored and combined for the needs of different actors, given the varied market. The Agency therefore proposes a scalability of around 40 (39) security measures which are organised into three levels of sophistication and ten (10) domains:

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http://www.enisa.europa.eu/media/press-releases/smart-grids-cyber-security-measures-a-risk-based-approach-is-key-to-secure-implementation

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