Integrated Simulation to Analyze the Impact of Cyber-Attacks on the Power Grid

Liu, R., Srivastava, A.
Citation:

IEEE Workshop on Modeling and Simulations of Cyber-Physical Energy Systems, CPSWeek, Seattle, WA, April 2015.

Abstract:

With the development of the smart grid technology, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) plays a significant role in the smart grid. ICT enables to realize the smart grid, but also brings cyber vulnerabilities. It is important to analyze the impact of possible cyber-attacks on the power grid. In this paper, a real-time, cyber-physical co-simulation testbed with hardware-in-the-loop capability is discussed. Real-time Digital Simulator (RTDS), Synchrophasor devices, DeterLab, and a widearea monitoring application with closed-loop control are utilized in the developed testbed. Two different real life cyber-attacks, including TCP SYN flood attack, and man-in-the-middle attack, are simulated on an IEEE standard power system test case to analyze the the impact of these cyber-attacks on the power grid.

Publication Status:
Published
Publication Type:
Proceedings
Publication Date:
04/01/2015
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