Your team works for the Georgia Power Company, which serves Augusta, GA. In 2012, the NSA announced a $286 million expansion of Fort Gordon, located in the Augusta area, as a cryptologic center.
Your leadership recently announced that the NSA plans to create a new data center at Fort Gordon roughly the size of the one in Utah. The planned center will have substantial electrical needs, and the NSA would like for Georgia Power to supply and operate the electrical feed into the new facility, as well as power the sub-station inside the facility.
In light of this announcement, your team has been asked to (1) perform a security assessment which identifies the top three cyber security risks that will be imposed on your organization as a result of this expansion of your business. For each risk that you identify, you are also asked to provide a set of mitigation strategies and recommendations for the Board to consider. This risk evaluation should focus specifically on the threat posed by nation state or near-nation state attacks.
Additionally, you have been asked to (2) develop an incident response policy for Georgia Power, with organizational roles assigned as appropriate.
Summary: This question is related to a case study on Georgia Power Company, which serves Augusta, GA. Explains an incident response policy for Georgia Power, with organizational roles assigned as appropriate.
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