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[STDS-802-24] Fwd: Register Today! Smart Grid System Security with Broadcast Communications Webinar

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From: SGIP <mktcom@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, Feb 24, 2017 at 10:08 AM
Subject: Register Today! Smart Grid System Security with Broadcast Communications Webinar
To: w.ash@xxxxxxxx

Register today!
Thursday, March 16, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. EST 
Join us for the Smart Grid System Security with Broadcast Communications Webinar!
This webinar addresses the issue of cybersecurity for smart grid broadcast communications.
  • It proposes that broadcast messages sent to home-based devices be authenticated as originating from a valid source.
  • It explores practical methods of implementing security suitable for ensuring the integrity of messages for managing energy consumption including demand-response and presents a framework for broadcast communications security.  Specific architectures and implementation designs are not addressed.
  • It includes industry requirements and government guidelines primarily for cyber-security with some reference to physical security as well as a survey of counter-measures against various types of cyber-attacks.
This webinar presents the third SGIP white paper in a series on broadcast-based communication solutions for home-to-grid communications authored by the H/B/I2G DEWG (Home/Building/Industry-to-Grid-Domain Expert Working Group) of SGIP

Open to all

  • Three distinct infrastructures requiring security measures: utility, broadcast, and consumer homes.
  • Security and Privacy issues affect consumer adoption of smart grid products and services.
The Presenters:

Dr. Kenneth Wacks, Management & Engineering Consultant
Jackson Wang, President and Chief Executive Officer, e-Radio Inc.
Scheduled for one hour, this SGIP webinar is offered at no charge and open to SGIP Members and non-members
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