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HB 167:2006 Security risk management. Sydney, Australia: Standards Australia. The Smart Grid Interoperability Panel, & the Cyber Security Working Group. (2010). Guidelines for smart grid cyber security: Vol. 1, Smart grid cyber security strategy, architecture and high-level requirements. National Institute of Standards and Technology, US Department of Commerce. 17 Chapter 2 Detecting Cyber Attacks on SCADA and Other Critical Infrastructures Maurilio Pereira Coutinho Itajuba Federal University, Brazil Luiz Eduardo Borges da Silva Itajuba Federal University, Brazil Germano Lambert-Torres Itajuba Federal University, Brazil Horst Lazarek Technische Universität Dresden, Germany Elke Franz Technische Universität Dresden, Germany ABSTRACT Nowadays, critical infrastructure plays a fundamental role in our modern society.
Characteristics of Electrical Systems Networks Due to the benefits offered by data communication networks, many companies and industries have shown interest in implementing this technology with the purpose of industrial control and automation. In Dzung et al. (2005) and Tipsuwan & Chow (2003), there are interesting reviews of this technology in industrial control including examples of the use of these technologies in industries such as manufacturing, generation and distribution of electric power, gas and water supply, transport, oil and chemical industries, among others.
In Mission-critical connections there are the predominance of the fieldbuses or dedicated connections, although the Ethernet technology is also present. Fieldbuses have specific protocols, therefore necessitating gateways to perform protocol conversion and to provide a common interface to the upper levels. Examples of these industry standard interfaces are the “Manufacturing Message Specification – MMS” (ISO 9506) (SISCO, 2005) and the standards defined by the “Open Process Control OPC Foundation” (OPC Task Force, 1998).