Guidance needed for widening energy cyber threat

Joseph Brookes
Senior Reporter

Australia may need to develop its own cybersecurity standards for at home energy resources like solar panels and batteries, according to experts that mapped options in anticipation of millions of the devices being connected to electricity networks.

It is anticipated that 50 per cent of consumers will be using some form of Consumer Energy Resource (CER) to engage in the National Electricity Market by 2030.

Standards Australia this week published a roadmap for CER cybersecurity that outlines the need for technical guidance that is specific to the Australian market.

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