UC-Lab Center for Electricity Distribution Cybersecurity
This project will bring together a multi-disciplinary UC-Lab team of cybersecurity and electricity infrastructure experts to investigate, through both cyber and physical modeling and physics-aware cybersecurity analysis, the impact and significance of cyberattacks on electricity distribution infrastructure. We will develop new strategies for mitigating vulnerabilities, detecting intrusion, and protecting against detrimental system wide impact. This project will build a new knowledge base to address both theoretical and practical challenges in electricity distribution cybersecurity.
Hamed Mohsenian-Rad (PI; UC Riverside)
Mahnoosh Alizadeh (Co-PI; PI at UC Santa Barbara)
Rajit Gadh (Co-PI; PI at UC Los Angeles)
Sean Peisert (Co-PI; PI at LBNL)
Keyue Smedley (Co-PI; PI at UC Irvine)
Emma Stewart (Co-PI; PI at LLNL)
Read more at the UC-National Lab Center for Power Distribution Cyber Security web site.
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This project is funded by the UC-Lab Fees Research Program.
- Securing Solar for the Grid (S2G)
- Securing Automated, Adaptive Learning-Driven Cyber-Physical System Processes
- Supervisory Parameter Adjustment for Distribution Energy Storage (SPADES) - Year 1 Workshop
- Byzantine Security — Multi-layered Intrusion Tolerant Byzantine Architecture for Bulk Power System Protective Relays
- Provable Anonymization of Grid Data for Cyberattack Detection