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Q: Why would an individual or group want to attack to the electric grid? Motivations will vary for each potential threat


actor. An “actor” is a general term we use to im- ply “bad guys” or “adversaries” in the industry. We believe the threat which could have the great- est impact on the electric grid as a whole would be a nation state or state sponsored actor. The motivations of nation states or state sponsored actors are typically related to political or geo-po- litical objectives, or the furtherance of capabili- ties in the cyberspace realm that could enhance kinetic or military operations. However, the United States government has developed cyber warfare capabilities that serve as a major deter- rent against nation state actors perpetrating a major attack such as that which would be re- quired to attack an infrastructure as pervasive and critical as the power grid in the United States.


Q: How does Western Farmers Electric Cooperative defend against cyber threats?


We have a team of people that focus on WFEC compliance with all relevant cyber security reg- ulations as well as the actual security of our crit- ical infrastructure and the posture of our organization as a whole. Our security team stays focused on their part of the larger mission of affordable and reliable power for Oklahomans. We do that by developing important capabilities within our security team, like variation monitoring. Within typical cybersecurity, an organization is constantly on the lookout for an event to hap- pen. Your team has to be supremely informed of every aspect of the system to be able to recognize the event. If you get someone who has a novel approach they can implement an attack in a way you haven’t seen or won’t be recognized. Our focus is not monitoring solely for the events but looking for variations in our system that indicate a threat could occur. Western Farmers Electric Cooperative takes the defense of our critical infrastructure against cyber threats very seriously. The most important thing we can do at WFEC is to reliably generate and deliver power to our member-owners for distribution to homes and businesses in Oklahoma. To see more about National Cybersecurity


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