ACER organises this online webinar to present and explain the content of its proposed Framework Guideline on sector-specific rules for cybersecurity aspects of cross-border electricity flows.
ACER is inviting stakeholders to join the webinar to learn more about its draft proposal, as well as on the process and timeline leading to the adoption of the new Network Code.
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The importance of cybersecurity is increasing, given the growing technological development and a more digitally driven and interconnected energy system. The modern energy system is not limited by national borders. As a result, cyberattacks may have cross border effects.
The non-binding Framework Guideline is developed by ACER on request of the EU Commission. It shall set out clear and objective principles for the development of a binding Cybersecurity Network Code that will contribute to maintain the security of the electricity system across Europe.
ACER is currently consulting stakeholders on its proposal for a Framework Guideline on sector-specific rules for cybersecurity aspects of cross-border electricity flows. The ongoing public consultation is open until 29 June 2021.
**Unless full capacity is reached before. If necessary, participation may be restricted to one person per organisation.