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High-Assurance Smart Grid: A Three-Part Model for Smart Grid Control Systems
Author:
Overman, T. M.; Sackman, R. W.; Davis, T. L.; Cohen, B. S.
Year:
2011
Abstract:

This paper appears in: Proceedings of the IEEE
Issue Date: June 2011
Volume: 99 Issue:6
On page(s): 1046 - 1062
ISSN: 0018-9219
As electrical grids evolve through the introduction of additional “smart” sensors, actuators, and control systems, cybersecurity becomes an ever more significant factor, necessitating the incorporation of Information Assurance principles throughout the electrical system—from central station power generating facilities, through transmission and distribution systems, to building management systems, distributed generation, home area networks, and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. A precursor to determining the appropriate controls for any particular device within this complex system is to determine the trust model (or untrusted condition) within which the device exists. This paper, then, sets out to define a multilevel framework for an architecture to be used throughout the electrical system—a High-Assurance Smart Grid architecture that incorporates three core attributes: categorizes cybersecurity requirements based on a multi-tier determination of a subsystem's potential impact on the overall system;

Document Type:
Technical paper
Source:
IEEE