[SecurityWeek] Xage Lands DOE Contract to Bring Zero Trust Principles to Emergency Responders

Natural disasters such as extreme weather conditions can have a major disruptive effect on electricity supply. Power utilities are forced into emergency response status, which normally requires every available engineer from both in-house and third parties being called upon to find and fix the problems. 

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