The not so smart, smart grid: Potential security risks associated with thedeployment of smart grid technologiesAustralian Digital Forensics Conference
Document TypeConference Proceeding
PublisherSchool of Computer and Information Science, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Western Australia
AbstractThe electricity grid has been up until now a relatively stable artifice of modern industrialized nations. The power grids are the most widespread wired networks in the world. They are heavily regulated and standardized to protect the integrity, stability and reliability of supply. The grids have been essentially closed systems, this is now rapidly changing with the introduction of the network enabled smart meter. These meters are “web” accessible, connect and interact directly with electrical appliances in domiciles and businesses. This move now brings a range of extreme risks and complexities into these stable networks. This paper explores the security issues and potential problems associated with current moves to provide these smart meters to existing grid connections.
Citation InformationCraig Valli. "The not so smart, smart grid: Potential security risks associated with thedeployment of smart grid technologies" (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/craig_valli/90/