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Coop Industry Groups Seek Notice to Protect Critical Communication Systems

The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, the Utilities Telecom Council, the American Public Power Association and the Edison Electric Institute have asked the Federal Communications Commission to require a 30-day advance notice period when a
August 20, 2013

The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, the Utilities Telecom Council, the American Public Power Association and the Edison Electric Institute have asked the Federal Communications Commission to require a 30-day advance notice period when a high-tech company deploys products or services that could disrupt a utility's critical communication systems. Progeny, a high-tech firm, plans to commercially deploy systems that the coop groups claim can interfere with Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition systems. According to the coop industry groups, the systems operated by Progeny have the potential to cause outages. Click here for more on this story.

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