ARMORE project works to create safer grid for utility companies
TCIPG Illinois researchers Tim Yardley, Rakesh Bobba, Klara Nahrstedt and William H. Sanders were recently awarded a $975,000 grant from the Department of Energy for a three-year project titled Applied Resiliency for More Trustworthy Grid Operation (ARMORE) to address this problem.
ARMORE’s main goal is to take the security perimeter and extend the protection beyond just firewalls by pushing security further into the infrastructure. The effort focuses specifically on the energy sector to increase the security and resiliency of power grid operations.
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