Cybersecurity and Privacy in Standards for Smart Grids – a Comprehensive Survey
Resilient information and communications technologies are a prerequisite for reliable operation of smart grid. In recent years, many standards for the new form of electricity network have been proposed, which results in operators and other smart grid stakeholders having difficulties in finding the documents which can be related to their particular problems. The purpose of this paper is to bring in all smart grid standards that describe cybersecurity issues and to provide the information regarding their contents. In order to achieve this goal, a systematic study was conducted that led to the identification of thirty six publications on security and eleven on privacy. The details of the research method and the standards’ selection and evaluation criteria are presented.
Rafał Leszczyna. (2018). Cybersecurity and Privacy in Standards for Smart Grids – a Comprehensive Survey, 56, 62-73. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.csi.2017.09.005
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