Update: Physical Guideline UPDATE: Physical Security Guideline Update History Date Version Number Reason / Comments June 14, 2002 1.0 Issuance of the ESISAC developed four-state threat condition model (ThreatCon Normal, Low, Medium, and High). Document titled: Threat Response. October 8, 2002 2.0 Update of Physical Guidelines to the five-state threat model released by DHS in August 2002. Updated document titled: Threat Alert System and Physical Response Guidelines for the Electricity Sector. TBD 2.1/(3.0) Update of the five-state threat model to incorporate additional action items and to reformat document to CIPC approved Guideline format. Updated document titled: Physical Response Security Guideline.
Update: Physical Guideline Existing: tas_physical_V2.pdf Definitions of Physical Threat Alert Levels A Model for Developing Organization Specific Physical Threat Alert Level Response Plans THREAT ALERT SYSTEM AND PHYSICAL RESPONSE GUIDELINES FOR THE ELECTRICITY SECTOR Version 2.0 October 8, 2002 Developed by North American Electric Reliability Council Critical Infrastructure Protection Advisory Group Approved by Board of Trustees Current Guideline:
Update: Physical Guideline UPDATE: Physical Security Guideline North American Electric Reliability Council Princeton Forrestal Village, 116-390 Village Boulevard, Princeton, New Jersey 08540-5731 Effective Date: TBD Revision Date: TBD Version 2.1 Physical Response Security GuidelineNERC Proposed Guideline:
Update: Physical Guideline Update Changes… The 2.1 Update incorporates the following changes: restructuring to meet Guideline Format approved at June CIPC meeting, changes/additions recommended by industry representatives who assisted Lyman Shaffer, Director of Corporate Security Pacific Gas and Electric Company, in updating current Guideline version reviews by members of SGWG
Update: Physical Guideline Areas Reviewed in Each Version Update Guideline (56)Current Guideline (35) Preamble --- Introduction --- Purpose --- Goals ApplicabilityThreat Alert Level Definitions Process --- Physical Response Guidelines ES-Physical-Green (Low) (12)ES-Physical-Green (Low) (3) ES-Physical-Blue (Guarded) (5)ES-Physical-Blue (Guarded) (2) ES-Physical-Yellow (Elevated) (7)ES-Physical-Yellow (Elevated) (5) ES-Physical-Orange (High) (17)ES-Physical-Orange (High) (14) ES-Physical-Red (Severe) (15)ES-Physical-Red (Severe) (11) Revision History ---
Update: Physical Guideline Red-Line Draft of Proposed Update Not really a red-line draft… Shown in RED are the items remaining from the last approved version. The new areas are shown in BLACK. This was done because the reformatting and additions were so extensive it required a major overhaul of the original document. Of the original 35 action items, there are now 56 (proposed). To define/compare those action items that remain, GREEN reference note have been provided. (NOTE TO CIPC: Original items listed as #6, #11, #12, #19, #21, #24, #25, #28, and #35 have been deleted in their entirety.)
Update: Physical Guideline Reference Material Added: 1 These Threat Alert Levels and Physical Response Guidelines do not apply to facilities regulated by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. 2 http://www.dhs.gov/dhspublic/display?theme=29, Homeland Security Advisory System issued by the United States Department of Homeland Security, Color-coded Threat Level System is used to communicate with public safety officials and the public at-large through a threat-based, color-coded system so that protective measures can be implemented to reduce the likelihood or impact of an attack.http://www.dhs.gov/dhspublic/display?theme=29 3 http://www.psepc.gc.ca/index_e.asp, Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada (PSEPC).http://www.psepc.gc.ca/index_e.asp