Appendix C
Workshop Presentations and Discussions

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Welcome

Ralph Cicerone, President, National Academy of Sciences

Peter Blair, Executive Director, Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences, National Research Council

Review of Terrorism and the Electric Power Delivery System

Granger Morgan, Carnegie Mellon University (NRC Panel Chair) - Presentation

Current and Future Needs for the Electric Power Delivery System

Panel Discussion

Massoud Amin, University of Minnesota (cyber security needs) - Presentation

David Owens, Edison Electric Institute (physical infrastructure needs) - Presentation

Jay Apt, Carnegie Mellon University (mitigation and restoration) - Presentation

Sue Tierney, Analysis Group (resilience and critical services)

DOE: A Key Partner in Ensuring a More Resilient and Secure Electric Power Delivery System

Patricia Hoffman, Department of Energy - Presentation

What Is Industry’s Role Moving Forward?

Fred Hintermeister, North American Electric Reliability Corporation - Presentation

Cyber Security Needs

Understanding Critical Cyber Vulnerabilities

Panel Discussion

Galen Rasche, Electric Power Research Institute - Presentation

Paul Nielsen, Software Engineering Institute

Terry Boston, PJM Interconnection - Presentation

Open Discussion on Cyber Security of the Grid

Moderated by Massoud Amin, University of Minnesota - Presentation



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Appendix C Workshop Presentations and Discussions Wednesday, February 27, 2013 Welcome Ralph Cicerone, President, National Academy of Sciences Peter Blair, Executive Director, Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences, National Research Council Review of Terrorism and the Electric Power Delivery System Granger Morgan, Carnegie Mellon University (NRC Panel Chair) - Presentation Current and Future Needs for the Electric Power Delivery System Panel Discussion Massoud Amin, University of Minnesota (cyber security needs) - Presentation David Owens, Edison Electric Institute (physical infrastructure needs) - Presentation Jay Apt, Carnegie Mellon University (mitigation and restoration) - Presentation Sue Tierney, Analysis Group (resilience and critical services) DOE: A Key Partner in Ensuring a More Resilient and Secure Electric Power Delivery System Patricia Hoffman, Department of Energy - Presentation What Is Industry’s Role Moving Forward? Fred Hintermeister, North American Electric Reliability Corporation - Presentation Cyber Security Needs Understanding Critical Cyber Vulnerabilities Panel Discussion Galen Rasche, Electric Power Research Institute - Presentation Paul Nielsen, Software Engineering Institute Terry Boston, PJM Interconnection - Presentation Open Discussion on Cyber Security of the Grid Moderated by Massoud Amin, University of Minnesota - Presentation 30

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Thursday, February 28, 2013 Welcome and Introduction Granger Morgan, Carnegie Mellon University (NRC Panel Chair) Physical Vulnerability The Future of the Electric Grid John Kassakian, Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Presentation The DHS transformer program Sarah Mahmood, Department of Homeland Security - Presentation followed by Q&A Open Discussion on the Physical Vulnerability of the Grid Moderated by David Owens, Edison Electric Institute Mitigation and Restoration Power Disruptions in the United States and Improving Restoration of Service Panel Discussion Daniel Bienstock, Columbia University - Presentation Steve Whitley, NYISO - Presentation Mike Adibi, IRD Corp. - Presentation Open Discussion on Mitigation and Response Moderated by Jay Apt, Carnegie Mellon University Resilience and Critical Services Reducing Risk and Increasing National Resilience Panel Discussion Gerry Galloway, University of Maryland (NRC Committee on Disaster Resilience) - Presentation David Kaufman, DHS/Federal Emergency Management Agency Open Discussion on Resilience Moderated by Sue Tierney, Analysis Group 31

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What Can We Do to Move Forward? (Q&A following each speaker) The Regulatory Environment Joseph McClelland, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission How Policy Will Shape Utilities Moving Forward Miles Keogh, National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners Open Discussion on Policy Options Moderated by Granger Morgan, Carnegie Mellon University (NRC Panel Chair) Research and Development Opportunities Clark Gellings, Electric Power Research Institute - Presentation Closing Remarks Granger Morgan, Carnegie Mellon University (NRC Panel Chair) 32