NERC CIP-002 through CIP-014 Revision 6
BES Cyber System Categorization
R2. The Responsible Entity shall: [Violation Risk Factor: Lower] [Time Horizon: Operations Planning]2.1 Review the identifications in Requirement R1 and its parts (and update them if there are changes identified) at least once every 15 calendar months even if it has no identified items in Requirement R12.2 Have its CIP Senior Manager or delegate approve the identifications required by Requirement R1 at least once every 15 calendar months even if it has no identified items in Requirement R1.
M2. Acceptable evidence includes but is not limited to electronic or physical dated records to demonstrate that the Responsible Entity has reviewed and updated where necessary the identifications required in Requirement R1 and its parts and has had its CIP Senior Manager or delegate approve the identifications required in Requirement R1 and its parts at least once every 15 calendar months even if it has none identified in Requirement R1 and its parts as required by Requirement R2.
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