A Novel Technique to Detect False Data Injection Attacks on Phasor Measurement Units

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Almasabi, S.; Alsuwian, T.; Javed, E.; Irfan, M.; Jalalah, M.; Aljafari, B.; Harraz, F.A. A Novel Technique to Detect False Data Injection Attacks on Phasor Measurement Units. Sensors 2021, 21, 5791.

Title: A Novel Technique to Detect False Data Injection Attacks on Phasor Measurement Units
Author: Almasabi, Saleh; Alsuwian, Turki; Javed, Ehtasham; Irfan, Muhammad; Jalalah, Mohammed; Aljafari, Belqasem; Harraz, Farid A.
Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
Date: 2021-08-28
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/334213
Abstract: The power industry is in the process of grid modernization with the introduction of phasor measurement units (PMUs), advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), and other technologies. Although these technologies enable more reliable and efficient operation, the risk of cyber threats has increased, as evidenced by the recent blackouts in Ukraine and New York. One of these threats is false data injection attacks (FDIAs). Most of the FDIA literature focuses on the vulnerability of DC estimators and AC estimators to such attacks. This paper investigates FDIAs for PMU-based state estimation, where the PMUs are comparable. Several states can be manipulated by compromising one PMU through the channels of that PMU. A Phase Locking Value (PLV) technique was developed to detect FDIAs. The proposed approach is tested on the IEEE 14-bus and the IEEE 30-bus test systems under different scenarios using a Monte Carlo simulation where the PLV demonstrated an efficient performance.


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