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Plugged IN Newsletters

 Plugged in: The impact of uncertainty on the utility CIO’s agenda

In a time of economic, regulatory and political uncertainty, the power and utilities industry is finding ways to apply innovation and digital strategy to reduce operating costs and meet escalating consumer and employ expectations for a superior digital experience. In this edition of KPMG Global Energy Institute’s Plugged In, we asked Paul Fritz about the recent 2017 Harvey Nash CIO survey results and what they indicate about the utility CIO’s agenda.


 Plugged In:Checking in on the utility industry's compliance with NERC CIP standards.

In this edition of the Global Energy Institute's Plugged In,we asked Michael Gomez,Rangana Guha,Bill Jenkins and Tim Johnson from KPMG LLP's(KPMG)Cyber Security Services for an update on the progress utilities are making in complying with the North American Electric Reliability Corporation Critical Infrastructure Protection(NERC CIP) plan.


 Plugged In: Network Integrator Planning Framework

In this edition of KPMG LLP's (KPMG) Global Energy Institute's Plugged In, we asked Todd Durocher, Kelly Stephenson, Kyle McNamara, and Michael Piotrowski about recent disruptive technologies within the power and utilities industry. This three-part issue explores the journey from a national distribution utility to a network integrator.


 Plugged In: External forces on utility operating models

In this edition of KPMG’s Global Energy Institute’s PluggedIn, we asked Todd Durocher, Kelly Stephenson, Mark Everette, and Michael Piotrowski about recent disruptive technology within the power and utilities industry. This three-part issue explores the journey from a national distribution utility to a network integrator. In this first part, we discuss how industry changes continue to impact utility operating models.


 Plugged In: Transforming the power and utilities IT organization

In this edition of KPMG Global Energy Institute’s Plugged In, we asked Paul Fritz, Tim Gunter, and Tom Pankey about the recent 2016 Harvey Nash CIO survey results and how they impact the power and utilities industry. In the power and utilities industry, the overall industry landscape is undergoing significant change driven by abundant gas supplies, disruptive technologies, distributed generation, and escalating customer expectations.


 Plugged In: Shaping the future utility – M&A and convergence 2.0

In this edition of KPMG’s Global Energy Institute’s PluggedIn, we asked Andy Steinhubl, Jonathan White and Mark Coles about recent M&A deals within the power and utility industry, the industry dynamics driving the surge in deals, and the implications for leading players.


 Plugged In: 10 Common Cyber Incident Response Mistakes

When the integrity of a computer network or information system is compromised, responding appropriately can minimize business disruptions and reduce the organization’s ultimate financial burden. A proactive and comprehensive incident response program is a critical element of information security for energy companies. In this edition of the KPMG Global Energy Institute’s Plugged In, we discuss the 10 major mistakes which can hinder an organization’s response effort to data breaches, cyber attacks, and other serious security events.


 Plugged In: Trends in the energy industry

The KPMG Global Energy Institute’s monitor of key issues for decision makers in the global power and utilities sector. Plugged In offers insights from KPMG thought leaders on the trends that are driving power and utilities companies today.


 Plugged In: 10 things you did not know about distributed generation

The KPMG Global Energy Institute’s monitor of key issues for decision makers in the global power and utilities sector. Plugged In offers insights from KPMG thought leaders on the trends that are driving power and utilities companies today.


 Plugged In: A Deeper Look into Power and Utilities

In this edition of KPMG’s Global Energy Institute’s Plugged In, we ask Principals Andy Steinhubl and Matt Smith about the recent developments around the changing structure of utilities to support renewables developments in the U.S. and other global companies.