Holden Mann
NERC / ERO Correspondent
Holden’s career in journalism spans 15 years and two continents. After getting his start as a TV news producer in Georgia, he moved to Asia in 2010 to attend the University of Hong Kong’s journalism program. That led to a stint at a children’s newspaper, followed by nearly five years at the Asian Venture Capital Journal charting the growth of the region’s private equity industry. Nowadays you’re most likely to find Holden at home in Atlanta with his wife and son, testing their patience with his latest recipes.

Recent Articles
NIST Expands Cyber Framework in Latest Release
The National Institute of Standards and Technology's latest Cybersecurity Framework expands its focus beyond critical infrastructure to respond to a growing threat of cyberattacks.
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SERC: Details Crucial for Physical Security Plan
Presenters at a SERC Reliability-hosted webinar urged utilities to focus on their unique vulnerabilities in their physical security strategies.
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Texas RE Warns Cyber Plan Essential amid Growing Threats
With an ever-increasing number of adversaries in cyberspace targeting the North American grid, speakers at a Texas Reliability Entity webinar emphasized that rigorous planning and testing are essential to maintaining reliability.
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NERC Committee Greenlights Shortened INSM Comments
NERC’s Standards Committee remains focused on meeting FERC’s deadlines, granting another waiver to authorize shortening the comment and ballot periods for the ERO’s proposed standard on internal network security monitoring. 
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Gas, Electric Leaders See ‘No Silver Bullet’ for Interdependence Issues
Attendees at a NERC forum said they are skeptical a gas reliability organization will resolve the challenges exposed by recent winter storms.
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