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Title: Critical Infrastructure Protection Committee Report to NERC


1
Critical Infrastructure Protection Committee
Report toNERC Standing Committeesin Joint
Session
  • Long Beach, CA
  • March 2005

Public Release
2
Topics
  • Cyber Security Standard CIP-001-009
  • Larry Bugh
  • Government Private Sector coordination
  • Pat Laird
  • National Infrastructure Protection Plan
  • Jim McGlone
  • National Response Plan
  • Jim McGlone
  • Electricity Sector Info Sharing Analysis Center
  • Lou Leffler

3
Cyber Security Standard CIP-001-009
  • 61 sets of comments on Draft 2
  • DT met Mar. 3/4 to review
  • 2 Tech Editors now on board
  • DT meets again Mar. 21/22
  • Review total package
  • Finalize Draft 3
  • Finalize draft 2 Implementation Plan

4
Cyber Security Standard CIP-001-009
  • Major Areas of work
  • Refine definitions
  • Resolve consistency
  • Match Requirements measures
  • Extend Implementation Plan
  • Anticipate posting Draft 3 Apr. 15th

5
Government Private Sector Coordination
  • Homeland Security Presidential Directive 7
  • Department of Homeland Security
  • Sector Specific Agencies
  • Energy Department of Energy
  • Private Sectors
  • National Infrastructure Protection Plan
  • (Work in process)

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Electricity Sector Coordinating Council
  • CIP Committee Executive Committee
  • President / CEO NERC
  • Presented to DHS awaiting expected affirmation

8
National Infrastructure Protection PlanNIPP
  • Jim McGlone
  • Department of Energy

9
National Response PlanNRP
  • Jim McGlone
  • Department of Energy

10
http//www.esisac.com
11
http//www. isaccouncil.org
12
Communications
  • Threat Advisory Listserv (TAL)
  • Critical Infrastructure Protection Information
    System (CIPIS)
  • Homeland Security Information Network
  • (under development)
  • US-CERT Portal
  • Telephone and conference calls
  • GETS

13
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14
  • REPORT INCIDENTS TO
  • 1. LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT
  • (Establish and maintain relationship.)
  • 2. LOCAL FBI, PSEPC, RCMP, USSS
  • (Establish and maintain relationship.)
  • 3. ESISAC
  • secure messaging https//www.nerc.net/cip
  • email esisac_at_nerc.com
  • tel 609-452-1422 (anytime)
  • fax 609-452-9550 (day)
  • 4. National Infrastructure Coordination Center
  • (DHS IAIP)
  • secure messaging https//www.nerc.net/cip
  • email nicc_at_dhs.gov
  • tel 202-282-9201

14
15
Reports
  • From the ES,
  • Together with other critical infrastructures,
  • And intelligence sources
  • May help the DHS to

16
Some Things to Think About
  • Does the ESISAC have your 24x7 contact? Are there
    multiple contact points and communications
    available?
  • Is a security decision-making process in place?
  • How will your organizations physical and cyber
    security decision-makers get notified? Are there
    backup communications?
  • Is there a means in place to communicate
    decisions to action-takers? A backup?
  • Consider responses in accordance with the Threat
    Alert Systems and Physical / Cyber Response
    Guidelines for the Electricity Sector.

17
Activities
  • Back Up Location for ESISAC
  • Telecommunications Electric Service Priority
    (TESP) program
  • TopOff 3

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