NERC CIP-002 through CIP-014 Revision 6
R4. Each Transmission Owner that identified a Transmission station Transmission substation or a primary control center in Requirement R1 and verified according to Requirement R2 and each Transmission Operator notified by a Transmission Owner according to Requirement R3 shall conduct an evaluation of the potential threats and vulnerabilities of a physical attack to each of their respective Transmission station(s) Transmission substation(s) and primary control center(s) identified in Requirement R1 and verified according to Requirement R2. The evaluation shall consider the following: [VRF: Medium; Time-Horizon: Operations Planning Long-term Planning]
M4. Examples of evidence may include but are not limited to dated written or electronic documentation that the Transmission Owner or Transmission Operator conducted an evaluation of the potential threats and vulnerabilities of a physical attack to their respective Transmission station(s) Transmission substation(s) and primary control center(s) as specified in Requirement R4.
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