Securing the Smart Grid: A Common Sense Approach for Cyber Security

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Jan 22, 2012

Sponsored by Black & Veatch: “Securing the Smart Grid: A Common Sense Approach for Cyber Security” with Dan Rueckert, Associate Vice President – Compliance, Security & Risk Practice for Black & Veatch’s management consulting business.

Maximizing the benefits of the smart grid also brings a variety of challenges around physical cyber and logical cyber security, especially those without regulatory obligations. Learn about the risks, impacts and protection solutions for utilities and customer data. This podcast shares how Black & Veatch is leading the way with holistic services for cyber and physical security planning, design and implementation.


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