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Power grid risk has increased due to expanded connectivity to IT and other systems, exposing them to more threats. As the same time, threat actors are focusing more on critical infrastructure attacks, and benefiting from the availability of malware toolsets on the internet. Furthermore, many grids have received little to no security enhancements post deployment. To help counter this problem, in the early s IEC Technical Committee 57, a group devoted to power system management standards, started working on how to make power grids secure-by-design. Working Group 15 WG15 was formed to evaluate the requirements from a technology perspective, and define a standard way to implement them. To counter the increasing risk of cyberattacks to power grids, WG15 is establishing end-to-end cyber security standards IEC for their communication protocols.

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