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A Study on The Security Vulnerability Analysis of Open an Automatic Demand Response System
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  • Journal title : Journal of Digital Convergence
  • Volume 14, Issue 5,  2016, pp.333-339
  • Publisher : The Society of Digital Policy and Management
  • DOI : 10.14400/JDC.2016.14.5.333
 Title & Authors
A Study on The Security Vulnerability Analysis of Open an Automatic Demand Response System
Chae, Hyeon-Ho; Lee, June-Kyoung; Lee, Kyoung-Hak;
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 Abstract
Technology to optimize and utilize the use and supply of the electric power between consumer and supplier has been on the rise among the smart grid power market network in electric power demand management based on the Internet. Open Automated Demand Response system protocol, which can deliver Demand Response needed in electric power demand management to electricity supplier, system supplier and even the user is openADR 2.0b. This paper used the most credible, cosmopolitanly proliferated EPRI open source and analysed the variety of security vulnerability that developed VEN and VTN system may have. Using the simulator for attacking openADR protocol, the VEN/VTN system that has been implemented as EPRI open source was conducted to attack in a variety of ways. As a result of the analysis, we were able to get the results that the VEN/VTN system has security vulnerabilities to the parameter tampering attacks and service flow falsification attack. In conclusion, if you want to implement the openADR2.0b protocol system in the open or two-way communication environment smart grid network, considering a variety of security vulnerability should be sure to seek security technology and services.
 Keywords
Smart Grid;DR(Demand Response);Smart Grid Security;openADR(open Automated Demand Response);VTN(Virtual Top Node);VEN(Virtual End Node);
 Language
Korean
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