Lorie Wigle: Weaving a strong smart grid
About this talk: Integrating disparate national electricity systems into a smart grid allows us to integrate renewable energy, be more efficient, and to empower consumers to use power wisely. But as we add communications and intelligence to these systems, we introduce a vulnerability into it as well. Lorie Wigle outlines a new project to protect these complex and vital grids from attack.
About this speaker
Lorie is on a one-year assignment at Intel subsidiary McAfee to lead an innovative program to secure the electricity grid. Lorie is the general Manager of Intel’s eco-Technology office, which focuses on the positive environmental impact of Intel’s products. Her work on new business opportunities from use of Intel technologies to address environmental challenges led to the effort on smart grid. She works extensively with the industry and policy makers including playing leadership roles in the Climate Savers Computing Initiative and The Green Grid.
About this event
TED@Intel was a TED-curated event featuring a diverse group of speakers from across Intel's organization. Jointly produced by TED and Intel, the speakers shared ideas and visions about "Future in progress."