US DOE Cyber Security

The Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security, and Emergency Response (CESER) leads the Department of Energy’s emergency preparedness and coordinated response to disruptions to the energy sector, including physical and cyber-attacks, natural disasters, and man-made events.  It plays a major role in responding to immediate challenges to America's energy security to protect against all hazards – both manmade and natural – and help ensure the secure, reliable and resilient flow of electricity needed for the vital services that Americans rely on every day.

The Infrastructure Security and Energy Restoration Division leads efforts to secure the U.S. energy infrastructure against all hazards, reduce the impact of disruptive events, and respond to and facilitate recovery from energy disruptions, in collaboration with industry and State and local governments.
The Cybersecurity for Energy Delivery Systems Division mitigates the risk of energy disruption from cyber incidents and other emerging threats within the energy environment.

The web site of CESER is a major source of information for anyone interested in cybersecurity issues related to the electric power grid.
The Cybersecurity for Energy Delivery Systems (CEDS) program funds a diverse portfolio of competitively awarded R&D projects that aim to adapt energy delivery systems to survive modern cyberattacks. The 2018 CEDS Peer Review, held November 6-8 in Arlington, Virginia, evaluated these ongoing, next-generation developments, providing an assessment of more than 30 active CEDS-funded projects. Independent experts provided CEDS federal project managers with unbiased assessments of the projects’ progress. These assessments will help CEDS shape its future portfolio of research.
The presentations delivered during the 2018 CEDS Peer Review are available at the presentation page at  

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