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List of Presentations and Committee Meetings

1. Committee Meeting, The National Academies, Washington,
D.C.
August 15–6, 2005

Overview of DHS T&D Security Activities and Study Expectations

William Rees Jr., U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Department of Energy Perspective

David Meyer, U.S. Department of Energy

EPRI’s T&D Security Work

Robert Schainker, Electric Power Research Institute

Progress on Security Issues at NERC

Michehl R. Gent, North American Electric Reliability Council

An ISO Perspective

Tom Bowe, PJM Interconnection

2. Committee Meeting, The National Academies, Washington, D.C.
November 29–0, 2005

Recent NYC Emergency Operations

Lou Rana, Consolidated Edison Company of New York

Recent Emergency Experiences from the Mid-South

William Ball, Southern Company Services

TVA’s Program in Reliability

David Hall, Tennessee Valley Authority

U.S.-Canadian Blackout—the Full Story

Dave Nevius, North American Electric Reliability Council

INL’s Security Work

Julio Rodriguez, Idaho National Laboratory

Department of Energy Perspective

William Parks, U.S. Department of Energy

3. Committee Meeting, The National Academies, Washington, D.C.
February 2-3 2006

Protecting Electric Power Systems Against Terrorist Attack

Edward V. Badolato, Integrated Infrastructure Analytics Inc.

Distributed Generation: A Local Solution to a National Challenge

Bruce A. Hedman, Energy and Environmental Analysis Inc.

Securing Communications to SCADA Systems

Scott Mix, KEMA Inc.

Grid Vulnerability in Remote Configuration of Generation Controllers: The Threat of Hacking with Megawatts

Christopher L. DeMarco, University of Wisconsin-Madison

The NEMA Perspective

John Caskey, National Electrical Manufacturers Association

Transformer Security Issues

James Fama, Edison Electric Institute

Informal Presentation: The Transfer Issue

David K. Owens, Edison Electric Institute

Cyber Security of Industrial Control Systems and Potential Impacts on the Electric Grid

Joseph Weiss, KEMA Inc. (via telephone)



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C List of Presentations and Committee Meetings 1.Committee Meeting, The National Academies, INL's Security Work Washington, D.C. Julio Rodriguez, Idaho National Laboratory August 1516, 2005 Department of Energy Perspective Overview of DHS T&D Security Activities and Study William Parks, U.S. Department of Energy Expectations William Rees Jr., U.S. Department of Homeland Security 3.Committee Meeting, The National Academies, Department of Energy Perspective Washington, D.C. David Meyer, U.S. Department of Energy February 23, 2006 Protecting Electric Power Systems Against Terrorist Attack EPRI's T&D Security Work Edward V. Badolato, Integrated Infrastructure Analytics Robert Schainker, Electric Power Research Institute Inc. Progress on Security Issues at NERC Distributed Generation: A Local Solution to a National Michehl R. Gent, North American Electric Reliability Challenge Council Bruce A. Hedman, Energy and Environmental Analysis Inc. An ISO Perspective Securing Communications to SCADA Systems Tom Bowe, PJM Interconnection Scott Mix, KEMA Inc. 2.Committee Meeting, The National Academies, Grid Vulnerability in Remote Configuration of Generation Washington, D.C. Controllers: The Threat of Hacking with Megawatts November 2930, 2005 Christopher L. DeMarco, University of Wisconsin-Madison Recent NYC Emergency Operations The NEMA Perspective Lou Rana, Consolidated Edison Company of New York John Caskey, National Electrical Manufacturers Association Recent Emergency Experiences from the Mid-South William Ball, Southern Company Services Transformer Security Issues James Fama, Edison Electric Institute TVA's Program in Reliability David Hall, Tennessee Valley Authority Informal Presentation: The Transfer Issue David K. Owens, Edison Electric Institute U.S.-Canadian Blackout--The Full Story Dave Nevius, North American Electric Reliability Council Cyber Security of Industrial Control Systems and Potential Impacts on the Electric Grid Joseph Weiss, KEMA Inc. (via telephone) 124

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APPENDIX C 125 4.Committee Meeting, Arnold and Mabel Beckman 5.Closed Committee Meeting, J. Erik Jonnson Woods Center, Irvine, California Hole Center, Woods Hole, Massachusetts April 2021, 2006 July 2425, 2006 Computer/Network Security and Group Communication Gene Tsudik, University of California, Irvine 6.Closed Committee Meeting, The National Academies, Washington, D.C. Distributed and Emergency Generation: The Caterpillar October 12, 2006 Perspective Joseph Fiorito, Caterpillar Inc. Galvin Architecture Clark Gellings, Electric Power Research Institute The California ISO Perspective David Hawkins, California ISO