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Why An NESC Summit?
By Sue Vogel, Senior Manager, National Electrical Safety Code
With the 100-year anniversary milestone of the NESC still in the rear-view, it is time for the NESC to examine what the future may hold for this important national code as it enters its second century. A summit seems to be the logical venue to convene interested parties to begin a dialogue and examination of issues facing the NESC today and in the future...
IEEE-SA IoT Event
19 May 2015 - San Jose, California
The 5th China International Smart Grid Construction Technology and Equipment Expo
15-17 June 2015 - Beijing, China
IEEE Standards on CybersecurityThey cover a variety of applications, including authentication and data protection
The Institute, 6 March 2015
This article is part of our March 2015 special report on cybersecurity, which highlights IEEE’s efforts to help engineers defend systems against security and privacy threats.
The IEEE Standards Association has introduced a number of standards related to cybersecurity, with more in the works.
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