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November 28-30, 2017
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory | Richland, WA

Workshop participants will interact with CREDC researchers, learn about CREDC research activities, have an impact on current research and future research plans, and understand technology transfer opportunities for commercialization. Our program will include research presentations, breakout sessions, presentations, a poster session/networking reception, and case studies by industry sector leaders. To learn more and to register, visit: goo.gl/DL5teQ

 
 
 

CREDC brings in experts to present live-streamed seminars on hot topics in EDS Cyber Resiliency. We are looking forward to some engaging seminars for Fall 2017. We’ll send details as we finalize them. In the meantime, browse our seminar archive.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

CREDC is excited to welcome Fred Cohn (Schneider Electric), James Formea (Eaton Cooper Power Systems), Dmitry Ishchenko, (ABB US Corporate Research Center), Robert M. Lee (Dragos, Inc.), and Bryan Owen (OSIsoft LLC) to our Industrial Advisory Board. We look forward their guidance and expertise as CREDC continues to grow. Learn more about our Industrial Advisory Board here.

 

 
 
 

Game "helps demonstrate the connection between physical infrastructure and the cyber networks that help run them."

 
 
 

Goal is to assist power utilities in establishing baseline resilience metrics for bulk power systems (BPS).

 
 
 

Experts from industry, academia, and government gathered last fall on the University of Illinois campus to develop consensus recommendations “aim[ed] to reduce the vulnerability of future power systems to remote attacks that exploit vulnerabilities in the code – software or firmware – that controls their operation.” The event was organized by the IEEE Cyber Security Initiative and by the CREDC project as part of its stakeholder engagement mission. Symposium leaders then included those recommendations into a report entitled, “Building Code for Power System Software Security.” Learn more here.

 
 
 

CREDC co-PI, Bill Sanders, is one of the of the authors of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine's congressionally mandated report, "Enhancing the Resilience of the Nation's Electricity System," which presents findings of the power grid's vulnerabilities to diverse threats and makes specific recommendations to both public and private stakeholders on preventing, reducing impact, quickly recovering, and learning from large scale outages. Sanders co-presented highlights from the report during a webinar on July 20th to coincide with the report's release (archive available). Read more here.

 
 
 
 
 
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An Approach to Incorporating Uncertainty in Network Security Analysis

Curing the Vulnerable Parser: Design Patterns for Secure Input Handling

Dependable End-to-End Delay Constraints for Real-Time Systems Using SDN

Exploring Ensemble Classifiers for Detecting Attacks in the Smart Grids

 

Interfacing Techniques in Testbed for Cyber-Physical Security Analysis of the Electric Power Grid

 

A Learning Scheme for Microgrid Reconnection

 

Real-Time Digital Signatures for Time-Critical Networks

 

A Security Framework for SDN-Enabled Smart Power Grids

 

Towards Adaptive and Proactive Security Assessment for Energy Delivery Systems

 
 
 
 
 
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CREDC’s students are at the forefront of research related to Cyber Resiliency of Energy Delivery Systems. We’ll be happy to share your job or internship opportunities with them. Please feel free to email amyclay@illinois.edu or csoliday@illinois.edu with announcements. 

 
 
 
 
 
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