Energy Delivery Systems (EDS) are a network of processes that produce, transfer and distribute energy. EDS are increasingly dependent on networked computing assets, as are many Industrial Control Systems. Consequently, cyber-attacks pose a real and pertinent threat, as evidenced by Stuxnet, Shamoon and Dragonfly. Hence, there is a critical need for novel… (More)
Cover: A key element of scientific computing integrity is finding small anomalies in larger patterns. Whether introduced accidentally or maliciously, such anomalies can reflect behaviors that undermine the integrity of the scientific results and can have far-reaching implications.
Energy Delivery Systems (EDS) have become smarter by incorporating chips and data communication capabilities. As a result, they have become more vulnerable to cyber-attacks as well. As part of a systems health monitoring approach, we investigate whether cyber-events targeting EDS can be detected by monitoring component-level data such as temperature,… (More)