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Power Grid Cybersecurity: Who’s In Charge?

December 16, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

A country or region’s power supply is a juicy target for cyberattack, especially if it’s made part of a larger assault. Is the United States’ grid adequately protected? Studies on the matter have raised serious doubts. Millions of new communicating electronic devices could introduce new options for attack that may result in anything from loss of control over grid devices to loss of communications.

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