Grid Security Requires Constant Vigilance From Insider Threats

By Brian Harrell and Bruce Barnes

Thomas Jefferson once said, “eternal vigilance is the price of liberty,” and it is also the price we must pay to ensure that our power grid is protected. Over the last decade, managing threats to our power grid has become a part of everyday life for the U.S. Energy Sector. Utilities are inundated with outside threats on a daily basis — often from angry customers, environmental groups, hacktivists, and criminals looking for targets of opportunity.

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