Lockheed Martin to Provide Idaho Falls Power Utility Cyber Security Services

February 2, 2011
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via PR Newswire

Lockheed Martin today announced that it will provide Idaho Falls Power with cyber security support for their utility smart grid operations.

As an initial project, Lockheed Martin will support Idaho Falls Power as they implement a city-wide, two-way communications Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) system. The system will allow the utility to securely collect and analyze energy readings from advanced energy meters. The project is part of the Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project that spans five states, including Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming.

Lockheed Martin is responsible for assessing the Idaho Falls Power AMI network architecture to perform a risk assessment, identify security requirements, and provide recommendations for design elements and controls to mitigate vulnerabilities. Once the network is in place, the team will perform penetration testing and establish operational controls for the operations and maintenance of the systems.

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