The FERC in 2014 approved NERC’s Physical Security Standard – this would require enhanced reliability or physical security protection for the nation's most critical transmission facilities and operations centers. The new CIP standard addresses the physical security threats to and vulnerabilities of the U.S. power grid and reduces the overall susceptibility of the system to physical attacks. The standard outlines a security approach that focuses on the most critical facilities and incorporates risk management planning to mitigate a range of threat profiles.
Join this session with expert speaker Allan Wick, where he will review in depth the standard requirements related to the required threat and vulnerability assessment, physical security plan and the third party review. You will also be introduced to the resources available to assist you through this process.
Who Should Attend
Electric utility staff and vendor personnel from the following:
As well as:
Allan Wick CFE, CPP, PSP, PCI, CBCP
With over three decades of experience in physical security, Mr. Wick currently holds the position of Enterprise Security Manager-CSO for Tri-State Generation & Transmission Association, Inc. one of the nation's largest electric co-ops with over $1.4 billion in annual sales. Allan has deployed a number of physical secur... More info