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Electric Utilities

GridOS® Zero Trust grid security model

GridOS® Zero Trust Grid Security Model | GE Digital Webinar

Cybersecurity has become an increasingly important topic for electric utilities because of the digitization of the grid and the frequency of attacks that are occurring on critical national infrastructure. Electric utilities are exposed to an expanding risk surface area by a rapid increase in connection points from DERs, Electric Vehicles (EV), mobile workforces and Cloud.

The webinar goes into depth on the GridOS® Zero Trust grid security model, enabling compliance with current (NIST 800-207, CISA ZTMM) and future Zero Trust grid security standards to ensure a safe expansion of the electrical grid.

Listen to this webinar to learn how to fortify connectivity for today and tomorrow's distributed workforce with a model built-in not bolted on to protect resources from inside and outside threats.

Webinar Presenter:

Matthew (Matt) Yourek
Director of Product Cyber Security and Compliance
GE Digital

Matt Yourek has been with GE for 16 years and for the past 5 years has held the position of Director of Product Cyber Security and Compliance for GE Digital. Matt's role includes product management for the cyber security functionality of the Digital Energy solution, Open Source DevOps, and secure product delivery; supporting marketing, sales, contracts, and commercial operations on all things related to customer-facing cyber security; product vulnerability and incident response; ISO27001 governance; customer supply-chain risk assessments; and collaborating with industry.


Douglas (Doug) Phillips
Senior Director of Product Marketing
GE Digital