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1 R1 Provide Risk Based Assessment Methodology (RBAM) R1.1 Provide evidence that the RBAM includes both procedures and evaluation criteria, and that the evaluation criteria are riskbased R1.2 Provide evidence that all required BES asset categories were evaluated by the RBAM for inclusion on Critical Asset List R1.2.1 Provide evidence that all control centers and backup control centers were considered by the RBAM R1.2.2 R1.2.3 ReliabilityFirst CIP Evidence List CIP-002 through CIP-009 are applicable to RC, BA, IA, TSP, TO, TOP, GO, GOP, LSE, NERC, & RE Provide evidence that all transmission substations were considered by the RBAM, and that evaluation of these assets was performed at the substation level Provide evidence that all generation resources were considered by the RBAM, and that evaluation of these assets was performed at the level of greatest commonality R1.2.4 Provide evidence that at least the generator(s) used in the preferred resoration path are identified as Critical Assets If applicable, provide system restoration plan R1.2.5 Provide evidence that all automatic load shedding systems meeting the parameters of the standard were considered by the RBAM R1.2.6 Provide evidence that all special protection systems were considered by the RBAM R1.2.7 Provide evidence of any additional assets considered by the RBAM Provide Critical Asset List derived through annual application of RBAM Provide evidence of annual review of the Critical Asset list For BES assets that were added or acquired, provide evidence that said assets were evaluated by the RBAM R3 Provide list of Critical Cyber Assets Provide evidence that all cyber assets associated with each Critical Asset were evaluated as possible Critical Cyber Assets If a comprehensive list of Cyber Assets was used as the basis for evaluation, provide this list. The list should be 1) grouped by Critical Asset 2) have a unique identifier for the Cyber asset such as a device name 3) the type of Cyber Asset (e.g. server, workstation, network device, etc. 4) The reliability functions the Cyber Asset supports 5) The network segments the Cyber Asset is connected to (network segment identifier or Class C address space as depicted on a network topology diagram). If a comprehensive list of Cyber Assets was not used as a basis for this evaluation, provide an explanation of how the Cyber Assets associated with the Critical Asset were identified for consideration as a Critical Cyber Asset and the list of Cyber Assets considered R4 Provide evidence that the senior manager or delegate approved RBAM, CA list, and CCA list CIP R1 CIP R1.1 Provide Cyber Security Policy Provide all policies referenced by the cyber security policy that address any of the requirements in through CIP Provide evidence that each version of the cyber security policy addresses each of the requirements in through CIP and contains provision for emergency situations CIP R1.2 Provide evidence that the Cyber Security Policy, including any policy incorporated by reference, has been made readily available to all personnel with authorized electronic or unescorted physical access to any Critical Cyber Asset CIP R1.3 Provide evidence that each version of the cyber security policy, including any policy incorporated by reference, has been approved by the senior manager assigned in per

2 CIP Provide evidence of the assignment of a senior manager, including date of designation and effective date of any changes CIP Provide evidence that the assignment of the senior manager includes the required information CIP If applicable, provide the effective date of any change to the assignment of the senior manager CIP CIP If applicable, provide evidence of delegation of authority, including the specific actions for which authority is delegated and the effective date of the delegation If applicable, provide evidence of that exceptions from the requirements of the cyber security policy were documented and authorized by the semior manager or delegate(s). CIP R3 Provide documentation of exceptions to the Cyber Security Policy, including expired exceptions, or an assertion that there have been no exceptions to the Cyber Security Policy during the compliance period Not in Scope CIP R3.1 For each exception to the cyber security policy, provide evidence of the date of approval Not in Scope CIP R3.2 For each exception to the cyber security policy, provide evidence of the explanation of the necessity for the exception Not in Scope CIP R3.2 For each exception to the cyber security policy, provide evidence of any compensating measures Not in Scope CIP R3.3 For each exception to the cyber security policy, provide evidence of the annual review Not in Scope CIP R4 Provide information protection program x CIP R4.3 Provide evidence of an annual assessment of information protection program x CIP R5 Provide access control program CIP R5.1 Provide list of designated personnel who are responsible for authorizing logical or physical access to protected information CIP R5.1.2 Provide evidence of annual verification of the list of personnel responsible for authorizing access to protected information CIP R5.2 Provide evidence of annual review of access privileges CIP R5.3 Provide evidence of the annual assessment of processes for controlling access privileges to protected information CIP R6 Provide the process for change control and configuration management CIP R6 Provide evidence that the change control and configuration management process has been implemented CIP R1 Provide awareness program Not in Scope CIP R1 Provide evidence of awareness reinforcement Not in Scope CIP Provide Cyber Security Training Program Addresses to whom it applies, delivery, review, and update frequencies CIP Provide Training Documentation, i.e., attendance records Include all relevant personnel that documents date of authorization and date of training CIP Provide training material that addresses all of.2 and its sub requirements CIP Provide training documentation that includes annual training completion dates CIP R3 Provide Personnel Risk Assessment program CIP R3 Provide documentation that specifies when the PRA was conducted and when access was granted CIP R3.1 Provide documentation that the PRA program includes all elements of R3.1 CIP R3.2 Provide Personnel Risk Assessment Program language that addresses criteria with respect to "for cause" and schedules for reassessment

3 CIP R3.3 Provide documentation of assessment results for all relevant personnel Documentation, i.e., database, application or spreadsheet that shows proof of assessments matched against CIP-004 R4 list(s) Contract agreements and associated documentation CIP R4 Provide list(s), i.e., spreadsheet, database or other application that tracks all electronic and physical access rights Documentation of authorized access approvals CIP R4.1 Provide documentation that the list(s) is reviewed quarterly and updated within seven days of any change of access CIP R4.1 Provide documentation that access list(s) for contractors and service vendors are properly maintained CIP R4.2 Provide documentation that access is revoked within 24 for personnel terminated for cause and within seven calendar days for personnel who no longer need access CIP Supporting Evidence for CIP-004, R3, & R4: Provide the following in a spreadsheet, database, etc. for anyone with electronic or physical access to a CCA Employee name and ID (unique identifier) Date electronic access granted Specific electronic access granted Date physical access granted Specific physical access granted Date electronic access removed Date physical access removed Date of original training Date of annual training Date initial PRA completed Date PRA updated R1 For each Critical Cyber Asset identified per R3, identify the Electronic Security Perimeter (ESP) within which it resides R1 For each ESP, identify each Cyber Asset residing within the perimeter R1 For each ESP, identify each access point to the ESP R1 For each ESP, identify each cyber asset used in the access control of the ESP R1 For each ESP, identify each cyber asset used in the monitoring of the ESP R1 For each ESP, provide a high-level diagram showing the major systems protected, all access points, and all access control devices For each ESP, provide documentation of processes and mechanisms for control of electronic access to the ESP.1,.2 For.1, provide evidence that deny-by-default policy is deployed to sampled Access Points. For.2, provide evidence for each sampled Access Point that Ports and Services are configured/implemented for operations and for monitoring of cyber assets, including justification, within the respective ESP. For each cyber asset used in the access control of an ESP, provide evidence that the access control model denies access by default Provide the procedure for securing dial-up access to each ESP Provide evidence that the procedure for securing dial-up access to each ESP has been implemented, or an attestation that no dial-up access exists for the ESP in question For each ESP, if external interactive access to the ESP has been enabled, describe the controls used to authenticate the user

4 For each access control device, provide the document identifying the content of the acceptable use banner.4 If TFE is used to meet this requirement include information in the TFE Workbook (Separate spreadsheet from Attachment C).6 If TFE is used to meet this requirement include information in the TFE Workbook (Separate spreadsheet from Attachment C) R3 For each ESP, provide the documented electronic or manual processes for monitoring and logging access at access points to each ESP R3 Provide evidence that the above processes have been implemented R3 Provide evidence that the above processes are operational twenty-four hours a day, seven days as week R3 If applicable, provide evidence of alerts and notification of response personnel R3 If applicable, provide evidence of review or assessment of access logs R3.1 If TFE is used to meet this requirement include information in the TFE Workbook (Separate spreadsheet from Attachment C) R3.2 Provide evidence of alerts for each sampled Access Point where attempts at or actual unauthorized accesses were detected. If alerting was not technically feasible for sampled Access Points provide evidence of manual review of logs at least every 90- days. Provide evidence of the 90 days prior to the 90 day notification. R4 For each ESP, provide documentation of the annual cyber vulnerability assessment R4.1 Provide documentation of vulnerability assessment process R4.5 Provide documentation of results of annual vulnerability assessment R4.5 If applicable, provide action plan to remediate or mitigate vulnerabilities and the execution status of the action plan R5 & R5.1 Provide documentation of annual review for all evidence for CIP-005 R5.2 Provide evidence that updates to network control documentation were made within 90 days of a change R5.3 For Access Points selected provide evidence that access logs are retained for at least ninety calendar days. Provide evidence for the following dates: Date1 Date2 Date3 Date4 Date5 CIP R1 Provide Physical Security Plan CIP R1 Provide documentation of approval of Physical Security Plan by the senior manager or delegate(s) CIP R1.1 For each Cyber Asset within an ESP, identify the Physical Security Perimeter (PSP) associated with that Cyber Asset. CIP R1.1 If TFE is used to meet this requirement include information in the TFE Workbook (Separate spreadsheet from Attachment C) CIP R1.2 For each PSP, provide identification of all physical access points through the PSP and measures to control entry at those access points CIP R1.2 For each PSP, provide evidence that the measures above have been implemented CIP R1.3 For each PSP, provide documentation of the processes, tools, and procedures for monitoring of physical access to the PSP CIP R1.3 For each PSP, provide evidence that the processes, tools and procedures above have been implemented

5 CIP R1.4 CIP R1.5 Provide documentation of visitor pass management, response to loss, and prohibition of inappropriate us of physical access controls Provide documentation Review of access authorization requests and revocation of access authorization, in accordance with CIP Requirement R4. CIP R1.6 For each PSP, provide logs of visitor entry and exit CIP R1.6 For each PSP, provide evidence of continuous escorted access of visitors CIP R1.7 Provide evidence that Physical Security Plan was updated within 30 calendar days of a physical security change CIP R1.8 Provide evidence of an annual review of the Physical Security Plan CIP Provide documentation that physical access control systems are protected from unauthorized physical access CIP Provide documentation that physical access control systems are afforded the protective measures in the referenced requirements; this may be addressed as part of the individual applicable requirements or directly in response to this requirement CIP R3 Provide documentation that electronic access control systems are located within an identified Physical Security Perimeter CIP R4 For each PSP, provide documentation of operational and procedural controls to manage physical access at all access points to the PSP CIP R5 Provide evidence that Unauthorized access attempts are reviewed immediately and handled in accordance with the procedures specified in Requirement CIP Provide evidence of the 90 days prior to the 90 day notification. CIP R6 Provide documentation identifying the methods for logging physical access CIP R6 For each PSP, provide logs of physical entry to the PSP CIP R7 Provide evidence of physical access logs for the implemented logging solution(s) that demonstrates 90 calendar days worth of logs. Provide evidence for the following dates: Date1 Date2 Date3 Date4 Date5 CIP R8 For each PSP, provide evidence of a maintenance and testing program for all physical security systems CIP R8.1 For each PSP, provide evidence of testing and maintenance of all physical security mechanisms CIP R8.2 For each PSP, provide the retention period for the testing and maintenance records CIP R8.3 For each PSP, provide the retention period for outage records regarding access controls, logging and monitoring R1 Provide evidence that all Cyber Assets within the Electronic Security Perimeter are subject to the required test procedures R1 Provide evidence that all cyber security controls have been included in the test plans Provide evidence (including test results) that all significant updates made to Cyber Assets selected have been tested. Provide R1 evidence for the past year immediately prior to the 90 day notification. R1.1 Provide documentation that testing was performed in a manner that minimizes impact on the production environment R1.2 Provide documentation that testing was performed in a manner that reflects the production environment

6 R1.3 Provide documentation of test results For each Cyber Asset selected, provide a list of each active port and service. For each active port and service identified, provide a description of the port or service and identify the need to that port or service to be enabled.3 If TFE is used to meet this requirement include information in the TFE Workbook (Separate spreadsheet from Attachment C) R3 Provide the security patch management program R3 For each Cyber Asset selected, provide evidence of the assessment and implementation of security patches. R3 If TFE is used to meet this requirement include information in the TFE Workbook (Separate spreadsheet from Attachment C) R4 For each Cyber Asset selected, provide evidence of the implemention of anti-virus and malware prevention tools and testing and installation of signatures updates. R4 Provide documentation of the process uses to update anti-malware signatures R4 If TFE is used to meet this requirement include information in the TFE Workbook (Separate spreadsheet from Attachment C) R5 Provide documentation of technical and procedural controls that enforce access authentication and accountability of all user activity R5.1.1 Provide evidence that user accounts are implemented as authorized R5.1.2 Provide evidence of audit trails of individual user account activity demonstrating 90 days worth of logs/audit trails. Provide evidence for the following dates: Date1 Date2 Date3 Date4 Date5 R5.1.3 Provide evidence of an annual review of user accounts to verify access privileges R5.2 Provide policy on use of administrator, shared, and other generic account privileges R5.2 Identify those individuals with access to shared accounts R5.3 Provide evidence that passwords adhere to 5.3 sub requirements as technically feasible R5.3 If TFE is used to meet this requirement include information in the TFE Workbook (Separate spreadsheet from Attachment C) R5.3.1 If TFE is used to meet this requirement include information in the TFE Workbook (Separate spreadsheet from Attachment C) R5.3.2 If TFE is used to meet this requirement include information in the TFE Workbook (Separate spreadsheet from Attachment C) R5.3.3 If TFE is used to meet this requirement include information in the TFE Workbook (Separate spreadsheet from Attachment C) R6 Provide explanation of how security status monitoring is implemented R6 If TFE is used to meet this requirement include information in the TFE Workbook (Separate spreadsheet from Attachment C) R6.1 Provide documentation of the mechanisms to monitor security events within each ESP R6.2 Provide documentation of alerting system configuration

7 R6.2 Provide a listing of alerts generated by the monitoring systems R6.3 Provide evidence that logs of system events related to cyber security are maintained R6.3 If TFE is used to meet this requirement include information in the TFE Workbook (Separate spreadsheet from Attachment C) R6.4, R6.5 For each Cyber Asset selected provide evidence that logs of system events related to cyber security are maintained and reviewed. Provide evidence for the following dates: Date1 Date2 Date3 Date4 Date5 R7 Provide documentation on methods, processes, and procedures for disposal or redeployment of Cyber Assets within the ESP R7.3 Provide records that assets were disposed of or redeployed in accordance with documented procedures R8 Provide documentation of the annual vulnerability assessment of all Cyber Assets within the ESP R8.1 Provide documentation of vulnerability assessment process R8.4 Provide documentation of results of annual cyber vulnerability assessment R8.4 If applicable, provide action plan to remediate or mitigate vulnerabilities and the execution status of the action plan R9 Provide documentation and records demonstrating the annual review and update of all documentation for CIP-007 CIP R1 Provide Cyber Security Incident Response Plan CIP R1.1 Provide procedure for characterizing and classifying events as reportable Cyber Security Incidents CIP R1.2 Provide roles and responsibilities CIP R1.2 Provide incident handling procedure CIP R1.2 Provide communication plans CIP R1.3 Provide process for reporting incidents to the ES-ISAC CIP R1.3 Provide evidence that all reportable incidents were reported to the ES-ISAC or an assertion that there have been no reportable incidents during the spot check period CIP R1.4 Provide process for updating response procedures CIP R1.4 Provide history of Response Plan updates or an assertion that there have been no updates made during the spot check period CIP R1.5 Provide evidence of annual review CIP R1.6 Provide history of incident response tests conducted, including 1) type of test (e.g. paper drill, table-top exercise, full response drill, etc.) 2) date of test 3) incident(s) or event(s) tested CIP Provide cyber security incident documentation CIP R1 Provide Critical Cyber Asset Recovery Plans CIP R1 List the Recovery plan that covers the selected cyber assets. CIP R1.1 Provide conditions that would invoke the recovery plan CIP R1.1 Provide recovery actions

8 CIP R1.2 Provide roles and responsibilities CIP R1 Provide evidence of annual review CIP Provide history of recovery plan exercises conducted, including 1) type of test (e.g. paper drill, table-top exercise, full response drill, etc.) 2) date of test 3) event(s) or condition(s) tested CIP R3 Provide documentation of changes to the recovery plan(s) and documentation of all communications Not in Scope CIP R4 Provide documentation regarding the backup and storage of information CIP R5 Provide documentation of annual testing of backup media Notes 1. Evidence identified in this listing is the result of each requirement. This listing is intended to provide guidance to the entities in preparation for their audits or continued compliance. Submission of identified evidence does not guarantee a finding of compliance to the requirement. ReliabilityFirst will review all relevant evidence submitted and make final determinations of compliance based upon the literal language of the requirement and the evidence's proof of compliance. 2. Evidence identified in this column must be submitted 40 days before the scheduled audit review date. 3. Evidence identified in this column must be submitted as designated by ReliabilityFirst.

9 Date Version Number May 10, January 22, Changes 1. Row 3 evidence of the entity s compliance culture is requested with the notification+30 submission. It is not evidence and should not be on the evidence list. 2. Added CIP-002 R Modified CIP-002 R Modified CIP-002 R3 5. Modified CIP-003 R1.2, R Added CIP-003.1,.2 7. Added CIP-003 R3.1, R3.2, R Modified CIP-005 R1 (added monitoring) 9. Modified CIP-005 (added default deny, modified wording of ruleset) 10. Modified CIP-005 R3 (changed wording, added lines) 11. Modified CIP-006 R1.1 (within) 12. Modified CIP-006 R1.2 and R1.3, and R Split CIP-006 into.1 and Rewrote CIP-006 R8 15. Rewrote CIP-007 R1 16. Added CIP-007 R Removed program requirement from CIP-007 R6 Aligned Custom Evidence List with the updated samples incorporated CIP Evidence List with Attachment C

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