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Edison Electric Institute (EEI), Principles for Cyber Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection (2010) (full-text).

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This report discussed the development of a framework for addressing cybersecurity threats. EEI suggests that a coordinated effort of government, industry, and suppliers of critical grid systems and components is necessary to protect the Smart Grid from cyberattacks as a “shared responsibility.” EEI believes that the sharing of intelligence on evolving threats and a clear plan of action on imminent threats is key to this arrangement. EEI also expects that such a policy would help protect national security and the public welfare, and aid in the prioritization of assets which need enhanced security. EEI expects that such a partnership could “utilize all stakeholder’s expertise,” allowing owners and operators of critical infrastructure to propose mitigation strategies that will avoid significant adverse consequences to utility operation or assets.

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