Cyber-Physical Security and Privacy in the Electric Smart Grid

Cyber-Physical Security and Privacy in the Electric Smart Grid

Bruce McMillin, Thomas Roth
ISBN: 9781681731032 | PDF ISBN: 9781681731049
Copyright © 2017 | 64 Pages | Publication Date: August, 2017

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This book focuses on the combined cyber and physical security issues in advanced electric smart grids. Existing standards are compared with classical results and the security and privacy principles of current practice are illustrated. The book paints a way for future development of advanced smart grids that operated in a peer-to-peer fashion, thus requiring a different security model. Future defenses are proposed that include information flow analysis and attestation systems that rely on fundamental physical properties of the smart grid system.

Table of Contents

Preface
The Smart Grid as a Cyber-Physical System
The Basics of Cyber-Physical Security
Defenses
Attack Motivation
Privacy
Standards
Summary
References
Authors' Biographies

About the Author(s)

Bruce McMillin, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Dr. Bruce McMillin is currently a Professor of Computer Science, Associate Dean of Engineering and Computing, director of the Center for Information Assurance, co-director of the Center for Smart Living, and a senior research investigator in the Intelligent Systems Center all at the Missouri University of Science and Technology. He leads and participates in interdisciplinary teams in formal methods for fault tolerance and security in distributed embedded systems with an eye towards critical infrastructure protection. His current work focuses on protection for advanced power grid control. His research has been supported by the United States NSF, AFOSR, DOE, NIST, and several Missouri Industries. Dr. McMillin has authored over 100 refereed papers in international conferences and journals. He is leading the distributed grid intelligence project of the Future Renewables NSF Engineering Research Center, an advanced smart grid architecture. He is a senior member of the IEEE and member of the IFIP WG 11.0 on Critical Infrastructure Protection, and member and contributor to the SGIP Smart Grid Interoperability Panel. He currently serves in the IEEE Computer Society's Board of Governors and is a member of the Computing ABET Accreditation Commission.

Thomas Roth, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Thomas Roth received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Missouri University of Science and Technology in 2015. He now works at the National Institute of Standards and Technology as part of its Smart Grid and Cyber Physical Systems Program Office. His research interests are in information flow security and the detection of compromised processes in distributed cyberphysical systems.

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