Secure Information Aggregation for Smart Grids Using Homomorphic Encryption


In this paper, we present a distributed incremental data aggregation approach, in which data aggregation is performed at all smart meters involved in routing the data from the source meter to the collector unit. With a carefully constructed aggregation tree, the aggregation route covers the entire local neighborhood or any arbitrary set of designated nodes with minimum overhead. To protect user privacy, homomorphic encryption is used to secure the data en route. Therefore, all the meters participate in the aggregation, without seeing any intermediate or final result. In this way, our approach supports efficient data aggregation in smart grids, while fully protecting user privacy. This approach is especially suitable for smart grids with repetitive routine data aggregation tasks.

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@inproceedings{Li2010SecureIA, title={Secure Information Aggregation for Smart Grids Using Homomorphic Encryption}, author={Fengjun Li and Bo Luo and Peng Liu}, year={2010} }