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Cyber security for power systems — A closer look at the drivers and how to best approach the new challenges

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When we look at the organizations involved in maintaining utility system security-vendors, integrators, end users-it's fair to say that security is "everybody's business." To the extent these groups cooperate with one another throughout the system lifecycle, security will be enhanced. At the same time, perhaps the most important aspect of security for the various players to keep in mind is that it is a journey and not a destination. There will always be new threats. Likewise, there will be new methods and technologies for meeting those threats. Vigilance, cooperation and technical expertise, when applied in unison, offer the best defence.

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Protective Relay Engineers, 2011 64th Annual Conference for

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11-14 April 2011