The electrical power grid and power transmission systems have never been more important to our nation’s economic success, and their vulnerability has never been more apparent. Our experienced security officers can help you protect your facility, while remaining compliant with federal regulations from the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC).
NERC maintains cyber security standards for protecting critical infrastructure. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved the Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Cyber Security Standards which are designed to protect Critical Cyber Assets. NERC Standards CIP-002-3 through CIP-009-3 provide a cyber security framework to identify and protect Critical Cyber Assets in order to protect the bulk electric 1075027_power_stationsystem. Learn more about NERC CIP compliance here.
The Challenges for security and compliance to regulatory requirements are unprecedented in our post-9/11 world.
Utility industry leaders have reported that NERC compliance requirements have created disruptions in workflow for their employees, linemen, and engineers, who may be performing security duties, monitoring personnel, subcontractors, and anyone who is not approved for “un-escorted access” to the utility site. This situation is costly to the industry.
Port Security Services can provide the security personnel that you need, reducing your costs and improving efficiency. Our expert NERC/CIP trained security officers can help you secure any location at your utility substation, and other areas of your facility or construction site. Reducing costs and freeing your employees and contractors from the security workload necessary to maintain NERC compliance.