For an industry historically slow to change, the ongoing transformation of the power grid is remarkable. However, with this transformation comes a dramatic increase in the risks of the grid being hacked and disabled.
Securing the modern "smart grid" requires new networking technology and services designed to cost-effectively secure communications to assets ranging from utility-scale generating units to residential scale batteries and inverters. This is particularly true for Distributed Energy Resources or "DERs."
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