GE awarded $12.6 million from DOE for quantum-level cybersecurity of critical power assets

By Michelle Froese With a commitment to safeguarding our nation’s most critical power assets in the coming age of quantum computing and networks, interdisciplinary teams of scientists and engineers from GE Global Research in Niskayuna, New York will lead three projects with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to develop advanced cyber-protection technologies that detect, locate, and neutralize attacks on critical power systems and assets.

GE scientists are aiming to build the world’s first industrial immune system that can detect, locate, and neutralize cyber threats just like the human immune system detects and acts to neutralize viruses that infect the body.
“We’re committed to building

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