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David Carty

David Carty

David Carty formerly worked for DNV GL. He has been actively engaged over the last several years assisting electric utility clients with establishing and implementing NERC Compliance programs at their respective companies. Mr. Carty operates in both the Operations and Planning, and Cyber arenas. His assignments include developing compliance program manuals; documenting compliance processes and procedures; conducting objective evidence assessments and mock audits; developing and delivering compliance awareness education; and serving as technical coordinator for client client onsite NERC audits. Dave has also conducted workshops to educate clients on the importance of establishing a compliance program.

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Is self-logging part of your compliance internal controls program?

This author no longer works for DNV GL. Many of us are familiar with self-reporting as an important component of a registered entity's compliance program. NERC introduced the concept several years ago as a way for registered entities to police the ...

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Grouping BES Cyber Assets into BES Cyber Systems under CIP Version 5

This author no longer works for DNV GL. With CIP Version 5, a new term BES Cyber System has wormed its way into the NERC lexicon. CIP V5 explains this new concept and how it can be applied to simplify the organization of evidence needed for compli ...

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CIP Version 5 won’t affect my company, right?

This author no longer works for DNV GL. You're a registered entity with a small compliance staff. It's a new year and time to conduct another RBAM (risk-based assessment) of your facilities. It's okay, though. You've never had any critical cyber a ...

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