Securing Power Monitoring and Control Systems

  • Reference

    998-2095-04-06-16AR0_EN

  • Type

    White paper

  • Languages

    English

  • Date

    19/04/2016

  • Version

    1.1

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  • Reference

    998-2095-04-06-16AR0_EN

  • Type

    White paper

  • Languages

    English

  • Date

    19/04/2016

  • Version

    1.1

Description:

Hacking critical control systems for power networks is increasingly making headlines as exemplified by power grid threats in the Ukraine and Israel in late 2015 / early 2016. By applying best practices to power monitoring and control systems, security vulnerabilities can be reduced. This paper introduces the potential risks posed by hacking, identifies common system vulnerabilities, and provides strategies to mitigate against hacking. It does not, however, guarantee that it will prevent all future hacking.

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Description:

Hacking critical control systems for power networks is increasingly making headlines as exemplified by power grid threats in the Ukraine and Israel in late 2015 / early 2016. By applying best practices to power monitoring and control systems, security vulnerabilities can be reduced. This paper introduces the potential risks posed by hacking, identifies common system vulnerabilities, and provides strategies to mitigate against hacking. It does not, however, guarantee that it will prevent all future hacking.

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