[Hideaki Ishii] Distributed intrusion detection methods for power grids and control communication networks in electric power systems

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Hideaki Ishii

Hideaki Ishii

Tokyo Institute of Technology
Associate Professor


In future electric power systems, wide use of general-purpose communication such as the Internet is inevitable and thus raises the importance of measures for cyber security. This research aims at developing distributed methods for detection of cyber attacks against power systems. The main feature of our approach lies in constructing and combining mathematical models for the dynamics in the two grids/networks of power and control communication. Estimation is made regarding attacked locations/devices and levels of their maliciousness by observing the differences between the model behaviors and the real-time data collected from the two networks. The proposed methods will be implemented on a test bed to carry out experimental evaluations.

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