b'Secure and Resilient CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMSONCE ENERGY SYSTEMS are developed and in place, they must remain secure to continue to meetINL develops critical consumer needs and community demands. This does not just mean barbed wire fences; this meansinfrastructure course with cyber-informed engineering built right into industrial control systems, reverse engineering cyberattacksBoise Stateto prevent further vulnerabilities, and analyses of critical energy supply chains to ensure long-lastingBoise State University and Idaho reliability. INL leads the way on all fronts with large-scale test beds for industrial-scale testing to expertiseNational Laboratory have teamed up to in cybersecurity and industrial control systems. offer a new interdisciplinary course on energy resilience and the complexities Two test beds upgraded tohas a multistation 450 KeV flash X-rayin every industry, including powerof energy-related decision-making. The meet national security andimaging system to capture and analyzegeneration. As the technology emerges,new course, 21st Century Opportunities wireless needs the interaction between penetrators andthe INL test bed offers a well-equipped,and Challenges in EnergyStrategic Idaho National Laboratorys test bedarmor systems with Phantom V7 andlow-noise place where academic,Decision-Making about Systems capabilities expanded significantlyV12 high-speed cameras to capture andindustry and government agencies canChange, debuted in spring 2020. It in 2020. On the security front, therecord ballistic events up to 1 millioncollaborate and solve problems. offers problem-directed learning for 20 lab expanded its National Securityframes per second.undergraduate and graduate students Test Range (NSTR), where DOE,at Boise State. INL researchers from the National Nuclear SecurityAt INLs Wireless Test Bed, aINL partners with Energythe labs Infrastructure Assurance Administration, Department of Defense,research environment for testingDepartment in Operationaland Analysis Group have supplied Department of Homeland Security andtelecommunication devices andTechnology Defenderstudents with cloud-based access toINLs Shane Cherry demonstrates the ability of the All Hazards Analysis tool to display interdependencies betweenthe FBI can simulate terrorist attackshardware, capabilities were added toFellowship the All Hazards Analysis Frameworkcritical infrastructures.with improvised explosive devices,answer pressing national questions aboutNamed a leading center for safeguarding(AHA), a specialized tool that INL rocket-propelled grenades and roadside5G telecommunications. 5G promisesindustrial control systems, INL washas developed to guide research and bombs to train and prepare their staff.enormously faster speeds than currentlyannounced as a partner in the Energypolicy decision-making. AHA can beINL named partner in CybersecurityMaterials such as barriers and doorsdeployed 4G/LTE systems but has theDepartments Operational Technologyused to simulate possible scenarios thatManufacturing Initiativeare also brought in for testing. NSTRpotential to disrupt established practices(OT) Defender Fellowship. INL hasmight impact critical infrastructure,In November, DOE established a $111energy technologies such as electric teamed with the Foundation for Defensefrom natural disasters to addition ofmillion public-private partnership aimedvehicles, solar panels and wind of Democracies Center for Cyber andnew equipment. Chase Christen, aat securing U.S. manufacturing facilitiesturbines. To address this challenge, the Technology Innovation to offer a yearlongstudent in the materials science andfrom cyberthreats. The Cybersecurityinstitute will focus on understanding program for OT energy industry securitymechanical engineering program,Manufacturing Innovation Institutehow evolving cybersecurity threats managers in to engage with cyber andsaid that the class provided him with(CyManII) is led by the Universityimpact manufacturers. Then, CyManII national security experts across the U.S.valuable insights. When groups wereof Texas San Antonio and features awill design and implement a secure government. Participants will gain aassigned to investigate a regions energyconsortium of 59 institutions, includingmanufacturing architecture that is greater understanding of the strategiesresilience, his studied southwesternINL, who are working together topervasive, unobtrusive and enables and tactics of Americas adversaries andWashington and what might happen ifdevelop secure, energy-efficientenergy efficiency.how U.S. government cyber operatorsthe lower Snake River dams were toapproaches that will sustain the nations defend our nation. The fellowship alignshave an engineering failure or close forglobal leadership in manufacturing with the bipartisan recommendations ofeconomic or environmental reasons. competitiveness.the congressionally mandated Cyberspace Solarium Commission. As one of the top targets for cyber criminals and nation-state adversaries, INL was named a partner in an industrial control systemU.S. manufacturers face a barrage of fellowship to teach the next generation about wherethreats impacting the production of cybersecurity and industrial control systems intersect. 12 13'