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Cyber Security Practical considerations for implementing IEC 62351

@inproceedings{Hohlbaum2010CyberSP,
  title={Cyber Security Practical considerations for implementing IEC 62351},
  author={Frank Hohlbaum and M. Braendle and F. Alvarez},
  year={2010}
}
Two trends are currently changing substation automation systems: IEC 61850 and the need for increased cyber security. IEC 61850 has gained global acceptance by both vendors as well as customers. Cyber security on the other hand has quickly become one of the most dominant topics for control systems in general and electrical utilities in particular. The combination of the two, securing IEC 61850 based communications, has been one of the goals of the recently published technical specification IEC… CONTINUE READING
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