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Analysis of Cyber Attacks on Load Frequency Control in Smart Grid

Pages: 12-19
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DOI: 10.18488/journal.102.2019.31.12.19

Md Musabbir Hossain , Fatamatuz Ayasa Khan

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Md Musabbir Hossain , Fatamatuz Ayasa Khan (2019). Analysis of Cyber Attacks on Load Frequency Control in Smart Grid. Journal of Future Internet, 3(1): 12-19. DOI: 10.18488/journal.102.2019.31.12.19
Smart Grid has gained tremendous technology momentum over the past few years. The data and cyber security of the smart grid face severe challenges and has gained significant importance. This paper addresses the reliability of smart grid by examining their own importance and the effect of cyber-attack during sudden load changes in frequency disturbing aspects. Moreover, it also introduces a solution approach for stabilizing the system. Using the continuous power flow approach with static var compensator (SVC) and static synchronous compensator (STATCOM), maximum load ability of the load buses is determined. The stable limit of speed control for load frequency control (LFC) and integral controller gain for automatic generation control (AGC) is extracted from their characteristic equations to evaluate the effect of cyber-attack on power systems. Simulations are conducted to demonstrate the frequency variations and oscillations of the power system, depending on the nature of cyber-attack (positive biased or negative biased attack). Finally, to eliminate these oscillations, a feedback LFC block with a three-input shift is proposed.
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Cybersecurity of the modern power system is becoming a major concern throughout the design and implementation of smart grid applications and technology. Therefore, it is essential to study the impact of cyber attacks on the power system. This paper discusses cyberattacks that induce positive and negative biased attacks and their impact on transient stability. Cyber attacks are launched on measured data for a FACTS device (static var compensator - SVC). Therefore, a new procedure of analyzing power system frequency stability under cyber-attack by static var compensator (SVC) and static synchronous compensator (STATCOM).

A Framework for Digital Forensic in Joint Heterogeneous Cloud Computing Environment

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Zayyanu Umar , Etuh Emmanuel

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Zayyanu Umar , Etuh Emmanuel (2019). A Framework for Digital Forensic in Joint Heterogeneous Cloud Computing Environment. Journal of Future Internet, 3(1): 1-11. DOI: 10.18488/journal.102.2019.31.1.11
The cloud computing is nowadays an embracing computing technology by many organizations, academic institutions and business centers. Resources availability, resources capacity, security are among the factors that subscriber consider while rating Cloud Service Providers when subscribing. Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) are limited in some resources, lacking some resources requested by their customers, this gave rise to the need for interconnecting multiple clouds to interoperate and share resources. The interconnected clouds can be in different features and schemes and the system can be prone to insecurity or intrusion. The architectural modeling system was used in developing framework. In this paper, a Digital Forensic Framework that can detect intrusion within heterogeneous joint clouds was developed with the architectural model and algorithm that can handle the joint clouds heterogeneity and complexity during inter-clouds resources management. This study originates a new framework and an algorithm that enable detecting crime and locating a scene of a crime for digital investigation (digital forensic) in a joined different configured cloud service providers (CSPs) platforms.
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This study originates a new framework and an algorithm that enable detecting crime and locating a scene of a crime for digital investigation (digital forensic) in a joined different Configured cloud service providers (CSPs) platforms.