The fourth version of NIST's Framework and Roadmap for Smart Grid Interoperability Standards is under development and will include a deep investigation of the types and structure of communications necessary for a variety of grid operations scenarios and their relationship to grid cybersecurity and economics. This workshop will be NIST’s first to focus on smart grid cybersecurity.
The workshop’s purpose is to get stakeholder input to help shape NIST’s characterization of smart grid cybersecurity risks, solutions, and gaps. These conversations will revolve around four key topics:
Workshop attendees will provide direct feedback on the state of grid cybersecurity, as well as on NIST research. Participants include speakers from the following organizations:
A more detailed agenda and logistical information are posted below. Registration is free and open to the public, but is required. Pre-read material will be posted before the workshop.
Limited travel stipends are available through NARUC for commissioners and commission staff. Please e-mail Kerry Worthington at rafts [at] naruc.org to inquire further.
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