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Towards An Anonymous Incident Communication Channel for Electric Smart Grids

Anna Triantafyllou; Panagiotis Sarigiannidis; Antonios Sarigiannidis; Erkuden Rios; Eider Iturbe


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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;The Electric Smart Grid (ESG) is referred to as the next generation electricity power network. It is an intelligent critical infrastructure aiming to create an automated and distributed advanced&amp;nbsp;energy delivery network while preserving information privacy and&amp;nbsp;offering protection against intrusions. This study proposes the implementation of an Anonymous Incident Communication Channel&amp;nbsp;(AICC) amongst smart grids across Europe to improve situational&amp;nbsp;awareness and enhance the security of the new electric intelligent infrastructures. All participating organizations will have the&amp;nbsp;ability to broadcast sensitive information, stored anonymously in&amp;nbsp;a repository, without exposing the reputation of the organization.&amp;nbsp;However, the technical details of the attack will be available for&amp;nbsp;everyone to take appropriate countermeasures. The advantages of the AICC are the exchange of real-time security data and&amp;nbsp;&lt;br&gt;
analysis, the circulation of best countermeasures practices, the&amp;nbsp;comparison of various security solutions both from a technical&amp;nbsp;and operational viewpoint and the ability to establish an open&amp;nbsp;dialogue amongst anonymous peers who represent smart grid&amp;nbsp;organizations (e.g., power plants) across Europe. This work focuses on the requirements of establishment, the possible obstacles, and proposed data protection techniques to be applied in&amp;nbsp;the AICC. Furthermore, were explained some details of the documentation of cyber-incidents &amp;nbsp;Last but not least, were also provided the benefits and the potential risks of this AICC concept.&amp;nbsp;&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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