David Grochocki

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Advanced Metering Infrastructures (AMI) facilitate bidirectional communication between smart meters and utilities, allowing information about consumption, outages, and electricity rates to be shared reliably and efficiently. However, the numerous smart meters being connected through mesh networks open new opportunities for attackers to interfere with(More)
The scale and complexity of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) networks requires careful planning for the deployment of security solutions. In particular, the large number of AMI devices and the volume and diversity of communication expected to take place on the various AMI networks make the role of intrusion detection systems (IDSes) critical.(More)
Making Advanced Metering Infrastructures (AMIs) resilient to availability and privacy compromises is an important aspect of grid reliability and consumer trust. Lessons learned from traditional cyber systems indicate that achieving resiliency requires the joint deployment of strong protective measures on the one hand, and monitoring and response mechanisms(More)
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