* 21PESGM2569, Many Facets of Supply Chain Security for Critical Infrastructure Systems: M. GOVINDARASU, Iowa State University * 21PESGM2570, Challenges and Opportunities to Securing Electric Infrastructure',s Global Supply Chain: M. AMIN, University of Minnesota * 21PESGM2571, Supply Chain Cyber Attack Vectors and Countermeasures: D. KUNDUR, University of Toronto * 21PESGM2572, Cybersecurity Capability Maturity Model and Supply Chain Security for Energy Delivery Systems: P. SKARE, PNNL * 21PESGM2573, NERC CIP Compliance and Supply Chain Security: C-C LIU, Virginia Tech * 21PESGM2574, Digital Fingerprinting for Cybersecurity of Critical Infrastructure Systems: A. HAHN, MITRE * 21PESGM2575, Block Chain for Supply Chain Security: G. JOHNSON, Ames Laboratory
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With the increasing complexity and reliance of global supply chain for critical infrastructure systems, such as the energy delivery systems, coupled with growing concerns for cyber threats brought significant attention to the issue of securing the supply chain network for these systems. In particular, the issue of protecting the supply chain for the energy delivery systems has gained R&D attention in light of US Presidential Executive Order on œSecuring the United States Bulk-Power System�, released in May 2020. Although this is an important area, there are very little understanding on the technical, policy, and regulatory dimensions of this complex issue. This panel plans to shed light into this complex issue by discussing the technical challenges and potential solutions, policy/process-oriented challenges and solutions, and regulatory considerations to improve the cybersecurity and resiliency of energy delivery systems. In particular, many key concepts pertaining to supply chains security, such as Cybersecurity Capability Maturity Model (C2M2), NERC Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) compliance, application of Block chain, and digital fingerprinting of critical equipment will be discussed in this panel. The panel assembles researchers/practitioners from major universities and national laboratories, who have vast expertise in smart grid or cybersecurity for energy delivery systems. This panel will help to articulate R&D agenda and educational opportunities that will have broader impacts to the IEEE PES community.
Manimaran Govindarasu, Iowa State University, Adam Hahn, MITRE
(AMPS) Computer Analytical Methods