Call for utility cybersecurity transgressors to be named


A US national public interest group has pressed via a formal petition for confirmation that US utility Duke Energy was the company that agreed to pay a record amount of $10 million in penalties for cybersecurity violations.

Transgressions which regulators have said would have threatened the US grid.

Tyson Slocum, energy programme director for Public Citizen Inc. filed the petition with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).

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