The evolving risk of a coordinated, catastrophic, cyberattack on U.S. energy delivery systems (collectively known as “the power grid”) via vulnerable Industrial Control Systems (ICS), resulting in wide spread, prolonged power outages, is not a new concern to energy industry executives or government policy makers. Owners and operators of energy sector assets understand the possible impact of coordinated physical and cyber- attacks which threaten the reliability and resilience of U.S. energy delivery systems. They lived through the havoc and disruptive economic and social impact of the prolonged power outages over wide-spread areas resulting from the 2003 North East Blackout and the 2011 Southwest Blackout events.
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