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CIP 14-2 Physical Security
August 11, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
CIP 14-2 Physical Security
Innovation comes to the preparation of the several documents needed for the Physical Security of BES Cyber Systems. This course shows how to read the standard in an algorithmic, color-coded method to produce all the attributes that auditors ask for by name:
- A Physical Security Plan
- Risk Assessments for Transmission Stations/Substations
- Third-Party Verifications of Risk Assessments
- Evaluations of Potential Threats & Vulnerabilities and more Labs show participants the practice of perfectly organizing documents for CIP-014-2 in an auditable manner that minimizes the NERC Regional Audit challenge. Breakout sessions allow sharing lessons learned.
This 3-hour long course is presented in person:
Star Park Training Facility, Multipurpose Room 173
3055 Hunter Rd, San Marcos, TX, 78666
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be limiting the number of attendees to allow for safe social distancing during each presentation.
- View an actual risk assessment of a Transmission station
- View an actual evaluation of the potential threats and vulnerabilities of a physical attack to a Transmission station
Who Should Attend
- NERC Compliance Managers
- Transmission / Transmission Substation Managers & Staff
- Document Owners
- Technical Writers
|Reading, Understanding, & Processing CIP-014-1 in Parts||12:00p-12:30p|
|Standards Processing Lab||12:30p-01:00p|
|Auditing the Risk Assessment||01:00p-01:30p|
|CIP Senior Manager or Delegate Approval||01:30p-02:00p|
|Initial Risk Assessment and Subsequent Risk Assessments of Its Transmission Stations and Transmission Substations||02:00p-02:30p|
|Unaffiliated Third-Party Verification of the Risk Assessment||02:30p-03:00p|
|Notifications to the Transmission Operator that has Operational Control of the Primary Control Center||03:00p-3:30p|
|Evaluation of the Potential Threats and Vulnerabilities of a Physical Attack to Each of their Respective Transmission Stations, Transmission Substations, and Primary Control Centers||03:30p-04:00p|
|Formatting Documents for Audit Surfing||04:00p-05:00p|
|Questions and Answers||05:00p-06:00p|
Course Fee: $950.00 per person
Michael Adeeko is a regulatory Compliance Auditor with over twenty years of extensive experience in the power and energy sectors. He has acquired extensive Infrastructural Technology expertise in Electric Power, Energy Trading Risk Management, and IT Cyber Security.
Michael has managed multiple large IT implementation projects and has worked with over 100 clients in the delivery of methodology-based solutions with the assistance of software. Such projects involved network security solutions, technical documentation, process and controls solutions, as well as Sarbanes-Oxley, and NERC Compliance audit preparations for such prestigious companies as Price Waterhouse Coopers, Deloitte & Touche, Enterprise Controls Consulting, and Ernst & Young.
His career demonstrates a specialty in building team synergy in uncommonly difficult situations. Michael has been extremely successful in helping NERC Entities and Auditors, along with IT organizations, and private and government-regulated entities to avoid millions of dollars in penalties in the face of perplexing regulatory language and limited time constraints. His work demonstrates a higher level of thinking which seeks to map a corporate mission with existing activities, before engagement in activity and controls monitoring.
Michael is currently the Managing Partner of Direct Line to Compliance, Inc. (DL2C) located in Houston, Texas. While he oversees the delivery of DL2C’s audit and cybersecurity program implementation for its clients, his ingenuity and solution-driven nature inspired him to develop and produce two innovative compliance software tools, known as ColorCodeITTM Suite for one-touch compliance submissions, and ChameleonDocs for form and document analytics enabled by web portals and email campaigns.
This training is presented as a joint venture between Cyberkraft Training and Direct Line to Compliance in cooperation with CIEDAR and Texas State University.