Both the attractiveness of power systems as targets of cyberattack and their vulnerability to remote attack via digital networks are evident from recent world events. While policy makers seek means to deter such attacks politically, the most effective way to reduce their attractiveness as targets is to reduce their vulnerability to such attacks. This can be done.
Building Code For Power System Software Security
Posted: 1 Aug 2017
Authors:Carl E. Landwehr and Alfonso Valdes
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid White Papers
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