What is Operational Control?

Security controls are measures taken to ensure that websites, such as those with a .gov domain, are secure and functioning properly. Official websites use .gov to indicate that they are part of a United States government organization. Operational control is the process of verifying that specific tasks or transactions are being carried out in an efficient and effective manner. This includes quality control, risk management, and performance management.

In other words, operational control is a system that ensures that tasks and transactions are completed in an efficient and effective way. For example, the ISO exercises operational control over certain New York State Power System installations under normal operating conditions and in system emergency situations to maintain system reliability. Do you want to stay up-to-date with CSRC and our publications? Subscribe to our .gov website for the latest information.

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