The E-ISAC is monitoring developments in the 2020 Supply Chain Compromise and its potential impact on the electricity industry. For the latest information, E-ISAC Portal users can access a TLP:GREEN All-Points Bulletin. Please also consult the update below for additional resources.
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Effective January 1, 2021, applicable NERC registered entities must comply with the expanded incident reporting requirements in the revised Reliability Standard CIP-008-6. Reports must be submitted to the E-ISAC. Reports to the E-ISAC may be submitted through any method specified in the Standard. Reporting options include NERC EOP-004, a copy of DOE OE-417 or directly through the E-ISAC Portal, contacting the E-ISAC Watch Team here or calling 202.790.6000. Additional information about the updated requirements can be found here.
All vetted electricity owners and operators in North America may participate in E-ISAC activities. Although the ISAC framework is a U.S. government construct, the E-ISAC extends across the bulk power system territory, which includes all of the United States and Canada, and portions of Mexico. Suggested members should include titles of Chief Security Officer, Security Director, Security Supervisor, General Manager, and Intelligence/Information Analysts. Membership is free. For more information on joining the E-ISAC, email: email@example.com
E-ISAC members receive: private-level situational awareness on security threats, including alerts; physical security and cyber security bulletins; remediation; task force reviews; events calendars; and other security-specific resources. Members are encouraged to use the E-ISAC's trusted forums to network and share candidly, directly with peers.
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