For those responsible for the cybersecurity of critical networks, a “threat profile” (TP) is an extremely valuable tool. A TP identifies and documents potential vulnerabilities (or “findings”) related to an assessed piece of software. Using a TP, experts can better prioritize, develop and deploy effective approaches to mitigate the identified vulnerabilities. TPs also communicate risk to users by documenting all that has been done to boost cybersecurity. ACE IoT Solutions is pleased to spread the word that the Pacific Northwest National Lab (PNNL) has released a Threat Profile for VOLTTRON, the open source energy data and DERMS platform.
At ACE IoT Solutions we work with customers to help them implement low cost, open source solutions to acquire data from diverse equipment and control systems. We take pride in deploying solutions that help make our clients’ data more observable and - as a result - more valuable.
Indeed, our work with a customer rarely culminates with a CSV file. In most cases, our work with clients involves both data acquisition and efforts to ensure our clients have improved visibility into their building and energy data.
Nearly 200 people participated in APPA’s April 17 webinar and heard representatives of the University of Toledo outline how the open source Eclipse VOLTTRON platform is supporting cutting edge research on transactive energy and how functionality provided by Eclipse VOLTTRON represents “a next evolution” in controls.