MACsec Layer 2 Security in HSR Rings in Substation Automation Systems
AbstractThe smart-grid concept takes the communications from the enclosed and protected environment of a substation to the wider city or nationwide area. In this environment, cyber security takes a key role in order to secure the communications. The challenge is to be able to secure the grid without impacting the latency while, at the same time, maintaining compatibility with older devices and non secure services. At the lower level, added security must not interfere with the redundancy and the latency required for the real-time substation automation communications. This paper studies how to integrate IEEE MAC Security standard (MACsec) in the substation environment, especially when used in substation system communications View Full-Text
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Lázaro, J.; Astarloa, A.; Araujo, J.A.; Moreira, N.; Bidarte, U. MACsec Layer 2 Security in HSR Rings in Substation Automation Systems. Energies 2017, 10, 162.
Lázaro J, Astarloa A, Araujo JA, Moreira N, Bidarte U. MACsec Layer 2 Security in HSR Rings in Substation Automation Systems. Energies. 2017; 10(2):162.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lázaro, Jesús; Astarloa, Armando; Araujo, José A.; Moreira, Naiara; Bidarte, Unai. 2017. "MACsec Layer 2 Security in HSR Rings in Substation Automation Systems." Energies 10, no. 2: 162.
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