- D2.36 Communication solutions for information exchange in the smart delivery of electrical energy
- D2.38 A framework for Electric Power Utility (EPU) operators to manage the response to a cyber-initiated threat to their critical infrastructure
- D2.40 Cyber risks and cyber security for the next generation of digital systems in Electric Power Utilities
- D2.42 Synchronization and time distribution in communication networks for time-sensitive distributed operational applications in the power grid
- D2.43 Enabling software defined networking for EPU telecom applications
- D2.44 Usage of public or private wireless communication infrastructures for monitoring and maintenance of grid assets and facilities
- JWGD2/B2.39 "Design, deployment and maintenance of Optical Cables associated to Overhead HV Transmission Lines"
- JWGD2/C2.41 Advanced Utility Data Management and Analytics for Improved Situational Awareness of EPU Operations
Cyber risks and cyber security for the next generation of digital systems in Electric Power Utilities
This WG follows the work delivered in 2014 by WG D2.31 (Security architecture principles for digital systems in Electric Power Utilities (EPUs)). WG D2.31 has clarified security architecture principles in 3 main areas: “Graded Security“ approach, modelling of cyber-attacks and remote services.
The focus of this new working group is to build on and deepen the conclusions made by WGD2.31. The scope of this work will cover the discussion of general security architecture principles for digital systems, but will mainly focus on upcoming application, connectivity and requirements of digital systems in EPUs and hence cover the evolving technology and continuous rise in the risk landscape.