Towards a Cyber-Physical Resilience Framework for Smart Grids

Friedberg, Ivo and McLaughlin, Kieran and Smith, Paul (2015) Towards a Cyber-Physical Resilience Framework for Smart Grids. In: Intelligent Mechanisms for Network Configuration and Security. Lecture Notes in Computer Science . Springer, Cham, pp. 140-144. ISBN 9783319200330

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As modern power grids move towards becoming a smart grid, there is an increasing reliance on the data that is transmitted and processed by ICT systems. This reliance introduces new digital attack vectors. Many of the proposed approaches that aim to address this problem largely focus on applying well-known ICT security solutions. However, what is needed are approaches that meet the complex concerns of the smart grid as a cyber-physical system. Furthermore, to support the automatic control loops that exist in a power grid, similarly automatic security and resilience mechanisms are needed that rely on minimal operator intervention. The research proposed in this paper aims to develop a framework that ensures resilient smart grid operation in light of successful cyber-attacks.

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