ENISA calls for national and EU legislation on privacy in smart grids


The European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) published - on 10 July 2012 - a study on Smart Grids Security (the Study), which calls on 'the European Commission (EC) and Member States'(MS) competent authorities [to] take the lead and develop specific policy documents and regulations on cyber security and privacy of the smart grid in order to improve the current regulatory and policy framework'. Learn more here...

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