Download
nuclear power plant bright line nerc tim roxey and jim hughes nrc perry pederson and ralph costello n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Nuclear Power Plant “Bright-Line” NERC: Tim Roxey and Jim Hughes NRC: Perry Pederson and Ralph Costello PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Nuclear Power Plant “Bright-Line” NERC: Tim Roxey and Jim Hughes NRC: Perry Pederson and Ralph Costello

Nuclear Power Plant “Bright-Line” NERC: Tim Roxey and Jim Hughes NRC: Perry Pederson and Ralph Costello

524 Vues Download Presentation
Télécharger la présentation

Nuclear Power Plant “Bright-Line” NERC: Tim Roxey and Jim Hughes NRC: Perry Pederson and Ralph Costello

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. Nuclear Power Plant “Bright-Line”NERC: Tim Roxey and Jim HughesNRC: Perry Pederson and Ralph Costello Charlotte, NC April 22, 2010 Phoenix, AZ April 26, 2010 Philadelphia, PA May 4, 2010 Chicago, IL May 6, 2010

  2. Workshop Topics • Bright-Line Requirement • Cyber Security at NRC • Bright-Line Process • NRC’s Position Relative to the MOU • Bright-Line Survey • NERC Point of Contacts • Q & A – Please hold questions and comments to the end of the presentation

  3. “Bright-Line” Requirement • Establish the FERC and NRC jurisdictional delineation of Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) Systems Structures and Components (SSC) through the creation of an exemption process for excluding certain SSCs from the scope of applicable NERC Standards as provided in FERC Order No. 706-B Bright-Line

  4. Cyber Security at NRC NRC/NERC Bright-Line Workshop Perry Pederson NSIR Security Specialist (Cyber)

  5. Overview • 10 CFR 73.54 • Regulatory Guide 5.71

  6. 10 CFR 73.54 • High-level, Performance-Based, Programmatic • FOCUS: Prevention of Radiological Sabotage • Generic (i.e., not reactor-specific) • Consistent with physical security regulatory approach • Basic Requirements • Systems that must be protected • Defense-in-Depth protective strategy • Application of security controls • Implementation details maintained on site • Submit Cyber Security Plans to NRC for approval • Cyber Security Plans • Site-specific processes and criteria

  7. RG 5.71 Overview Published Jan 2010 • Components • Main Body • Appendix A (generic cyber security plan template) • Appendix B (technical security controls) • Appendix C (operational/management security controls) • Performance-Based, Programmatic • Consistent with NIST recommendations • Flexible and minimally prescriptive with burden on licensees to establish effective programs • Alignment with Digital I&C Interim Staff Guidance • ISG-1 • ISG-4 • RG 1.152

  8. RG 5.71 Guideline Form Cyber Security Team Identify Critical Digital Assets Apply Defensive Architecture Address Security Controls • Address each control for each CDA • Or, apply alternative measures • Or, explain why a control is N/A

  9. Bright-Line ProcessNERC: Tim Roxey

  10. Cyber Controls – NPP a Total View • Security Controls to address • - 10 CFR 73.1 (Design Basis Threat) • 10 CFR 73.54 (Cyber Security) • Performance Objective: • PREVENT RADIOLOGICAL • SABOTAGE NRC FERC/NERC Bulk Power Reliability Controls: Section 215 of the Federal Power Act 18 CFR Conservation of Power and Water Resources Regulatory Basis: Grid Reliability NERC Governance: Rules of Procedures section 400 “Compliance Enforcement Program” • Title 10 Scope: • Systems that support • Safety functions • Security functions • Emergency Response functions • Support Systems that could adversely impact one of the above functions • NRC REGULATORY GUIDE 5.71 • FPA Section 215 Scope: • Balance-of-Plant “Support Systems” that do not adversely impact: • Safety functions • Security functions • Emergency Response functions Fully compliant Title 10 and FPA Section 215 NOTE: It should be noted that there will be some SSCs that will not be impacted by either NRC or NERC requirements. Fully compliant Title 10 Bright-Line FERC Order 706/706B: Identify those SSCs that are exempted from NERC jurisdiction and thereby MAY not be subject to applicable CIP standards Individual licensee Cyber Security Plan submitted (10 CFR 73.54) Individual COL Applicant submitted (10 CFR Part 52) NERC CIP 002 - 009

  11. Bright-Line History • January 18, 2008: FERC issued Order No. 706 adopting CIP-002 – 009 standards • CIP-002 - 009 Standards exempt facilities regulated by the NRC • March 19, 2009: FERC issued Order No. 706-B, certain balance of plant (BOP) SSCs are subject to compliance with NERC CIP Reliability Standards • No “dual regulation” i.e., Bright-Line • September 14, 2009: NERC’s NPP CIP Implementation Plan for each NPP, by requirement, filed to FERC • R = FERC Effective Date, • S = Scope of Systems Determination and, • RO = Next Refueling Outage beyond 18 months (R+6)

  12. Bright-Line History (Cont’d) • December 17, 2009: FERC Order directing NERC to present a process on how SSCs are exempted from NERC Reliability Standards by January 19, 2010 (Bright-Line) • December 30, 2009: Historic MOU executed between the NRC and NERC identifying their roles and responsibilities • January 19, 2010: NERC filing to FERC the details on the exemption process for NPP • Coordinated with the NRC to determine those SSCs subject to NERC jurisdiction and those SSCs subject to NRC jurisdiction – Generic List • March 18, 2010: FERC Order approving NERC’s Bright-Line & Implementation plan (R = March 18, 2010)

  13. Confidential Information • NERC’s Handling of Confidential Information • The information provided by the NPPs to NERC will be handled in accordance with the NERC Rules of Procedure (RoP) section 1500 “Confidential Information” if that information is so designated by the NPP • NERC and regional staff that review information that is SGI will be Safeguard Authorized per 10 CFR §73.21 & §73.22 • NERC will establish “Reviewing Officials” for SGI per the MOU

  14. Collection of Information • NERC Authority to Collect Bright-Line Information • ▪ Section 215 of the Federal Power Act (16 U.S.C. §824o): • Established NERC as the ERO to enforce NERC Standards • ▪ Title 18 C.F.R §39.2(d) (FERC’s Regulations): • User, owner or operator of the bulk power system shall provide such information as is necessary to implement section 215 of the Federal Power Act to FERC/ERO/Region • ▪ NERC Rule of Procedure 400, Section 10.1: • Information Submittal - Each Regional Entity has the authority to collect the necessary information to determine compliance

  15. North American Energy Reliability Corporation andNuclear Regulatory Commission Memorandum of UnderstandingRalph CostelloTeam Leader Office of Nuclear Security and Incident ResponseNuclear Regulatory Commission

  16. NRC - NERC MOU • Cooperation –NERC’s disposition of exceptions • Brightline process e.g. Safety and Important to safety systems, Security systems, and Emergency Preparedness systems e.g. Systems, structures, and components subject to FERC requirements FERC Order 706B permits licensees to seek “exceptions” to compliance with NERC CIPs for digital systems subject to both FERC and NRC regulations

  17. NRC - NERC MOU Cont. • Share information relative to digital assets governed by the other party’s cyber security requirements • Coordinate to maximum extent on the process for conducting inspections

  18. NRC - NERC MOU Cont. • Sharing of all information necessary to carry out the intent of the MOU • Coordinate on all public announcements of enforcement actions relative to cyber security requirements and coordinate the resolution of issues involving enforcement actions

  19. NRC - NERC MOU Cont. Memorandum of Understanding http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/doc-collections/news/2010/10-005.html http://edocket.access.gpo.gov/2010/2010-229.htm

  20. Nuclear Power Plant “Bright-Line" Survey Jim Hughes

  21. Workshop Objectives • Terminal Objective: • Identify the requirements to complete the NERC Bright-Line Survey • Enabling Objectives: • Identify where to find the Bright-Line documentation • Identify the critical attributes of the Bright-Line Survey

  22. Bright-Line Documentation • Provided on the NERC Web site: • FERC Orders • NERC/NRC MOU • Presentation Materials • Bright-Line Survey • http://www.nerc.com/page.php?cid=3|23|347

  23. Bright-Line Survey Overview • Introduction & Scope • Due Date and Contact Data • Survey Items 1 and 2 • Company Information and Approval • Generic SSC lists • Attachment I (SSCs under NERC Jurisdiction) • Attachment II (SSCs Excluded from Attachment I)

  24. Bright-Line Survey • Survey Item 1 • Does Attachment I include all SSCs in your power plant that could impact reliable delivery of electricity to the Bulk Power System or manage critical energy infrastructure information? • Exclude those SSCs in Attachment II

  25. Bright-Line Survey • Survey Item 2 • If the answer to Survey Item 1 is “No” please revise the list to add to or remove SSCs from Attachment I • All changes to Attachment I must be accompanied with the basis for those changes

  26. Next Steps • Special Registration for NPPs • Surveys will be e-mailed to each CC/NPP on or before June 25, 2010 • Surveys shall be completed by NPPs and returned to NERC on or before July 23, 2010 • NERC to review and approve, with NRC coordination, the completed Bright-Line surveys on or before October 15, 2010 “S” Date

  27. Important Takeaways • Do not provide information such as IP Addresses, and asset/network vulnerabilities • Recommended that System Engineering complete Survey Items 1&2 • Need accurate subject matter expert point of contact data • The Bright-Line Attachment 1 is complete after NERC review (October 15, 2010)

  28. NERC Contact Data • E-mail completed survey to Jim.Hughes@nerc.net • Phone: 609-203-2288 • Secondary contact: Tim.Roxey@nerc.net • Phone: 410-474-9240 • Alternate contact: Monica.Benson@nerc.net • Phone: 609-524-7073 • If mailing completed survey: • North American Electric Reliability Corporationc/o Jim Hughes116-390 Village BoulevardPrinceton, New Jersey 08540-5721

  29. Questions?