Webcast Recording: Cybersecurity for a decentralising energy system

The webinar is aiming to explore the cybersecurity threats to an energy system that is increasingly made up of smaller renewable generation assets and forms of distributed generation, such that the grid system is potentially vulnerable to the greater number of connection points and lack of a central hand in ensuring security of the system.


Webcast Recording: The Protected Plant: Assessing cybersecurity risk and building your roadmap

Access this recording where an expert panel answers burning questions around cybersecurity.

World Economic Forum issues guide to maintaining cyber resilience

The World Economic Forum advises businesses to consider cyber resilience from a business perspective, looking at the cyber element of operational risks to their business.

ExxonMobil extends R&D partnership with Princeton Energy Center

ExxonMobil and the Princeton Energy Center have extended their collaboration on R&D of low-carbon and innovative energy solutions.

National Grid energy transmission arms join European Network for Cyber Security

National Grid Gas Transmission (NGGT) and National Grid Electricity Transmission (NGET) Transmission are the newest members of the European Network for Cyber Security (ENCS).

How utilities and vendors should respond to Trump’s new supply chain rules

While the industry waits for clarity on the rules, there are certain preliminary steps that both utilities and vendors can take now.

Supply chain cybersecurity – the focus of Trump’s executive order

Components used in the grid could represent threats to national security, open to being compromised by bad actors looking to bring down critical infrastructure.