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Smart grid security market to be $2 billion by 2016

11/9/2011 07:46 PM EST
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chanj0
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chanj0   11/10/2011 5:56:52 PM
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What's the biggest security concern in smart grid?

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DrQuine   11/12/2011 8:13:47 PM
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The Smart Grid "bonus" could be much improved access to data about power failures and locations of service interruptions. I'd love to see that data used to locate and prioritize problems in real time to deploy repair trucks. Maybe the spectacle of power company "bucket trucks" driving down the road in opposite directions during a power outage can be eliminated (and power returned in a more timely manner).

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_hm   11/13/2011 12:50:22 AM
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Can they employ security infrastructure similar to that of Cardit card / Debit card? It is proven model and may be most cost efficient way to involve them from begining.

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