The cyber-attacker is constantly looking at ways to attack the smart grid. The low-voltage smart grid is a soft target that is critically important in the supply of sustainable energy and a DSO’s billing and operations.
Most leading smart grid deployment focus on cyber-security protection and regulatory compliance. This is like focusing your home security budget on locks. What happens if you forget to lock one window, or you give a set of keys to a neighbour and they lose them, or the regulatory standards are flawed in some way? All parties involved in the supply, deployment, and operation of smart devices in the low voltage grid need to take part in a more active approach.
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