Security standards sparked 'dramatic changes' — researchers
U.S. grid cybersecurity rules brought radical changes to utilities' digital defenses but may also have weakened them at times, according to a new study in the journal Science and Public Policy.
DHS officials rally around pipeline cyber plan
Senior Department of Homeland Security officials threw their weight behind a new pipeline cybersecurity initiative Friday, voicing confidence that the voluntary effort wouldn't overlook gaps in the industry's defenses.
Nielsen fights for time as DHS amps up cyber defense
The Department of Homeland Security's main cybersecurity office is getting a new name and additional authority under legislation headed to President Trump's desk this week.
Security guru leaves NERC
Tim Roxey eyes grid security with a flair for science fiction: imagining what's possible before hackers can prove it.
Grid planners put 'black start' technology to the test
PLUM ISLAND, N.Y. — Three inflated air dancers flapped incongruously over a deserted laboratory. The bright tube puppets would have fit right in at a used car dealership, but on this closely guarded, government-owned island, they stood out like fireworks in the driving rain as the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency ran a cybersecurity exercise called "Liberty Eclipse" last week.