. https://blog.schneider-electric.com/cyber-security/2018/04/16/cyber-nationalism-in-cybersecurity-standards/

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CYBER-NATIONALISM IN CYBERSECURITY STANDARDS
There are a variety of global standards that have been created to provide guidance to Industrial Control System (ICS) vendors and end users attempting to secure systems.  Examples include ISA/IEC 62443, and ISO/IEC 15408.  Many countries are utilizing these globally accepted standards to define ICS cybersecurity requirements.  Several countries have begun to create independent cybersecurity requirements.  Some examples include: China – GB/T 22239 defines cybersecurity requirements for critical infrastructure. Russia – The Russian federation has defined FSTEK Order 31 and 187-FZ cybersecurity regulations. US – The US has not defined country specific requirements but has created standards for specific industrial segments. NERC-CIP for example is applicable electrical utilities.  NIST standards provide cybersecurity guidance but are not required. READ MORE