Security analysis of cyber-physical systems using H-2 norm
Iman Shames, Farhad Farokhi, Tyler H Summers
IET Control Theory and Applications | INST ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY-IET | Published : 2017
In this paper, we study the effect of attacks on networked systems and propose a new security index to analyze the impact of such attacks using H2 norms of attacks to target and monitoring outputs. In addition, we pose, and subsequently solve, optimisation problems for selecting inputs or outputs that point to attacks with maximum impact and least detectability. To demonstrate the applicability of the analysis methods proposed in this paper IEEE 9-bus and 50-generator 145- bus systems are considered as test cases.
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Awarded by Australian Research Council
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This work was supported by a McKenzie Fellowship, an early career grant from Melbourne School of Engineering at the University of Melbourne, the Australian Research Council through DP170104099, Defence Science and Technology Group through the Research Agreement MyIP:6288, and by National Science Foundation grant CNS-1566127.