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Detection of false data cyber-attacks for the assessment of security in smart grid using deep learning
S. Sengan, S. V, , P. Velayutham, L. Ravi,
Published in Elsevier Ltd
Volume: 93
Smart Grid uses electricity and information flows to set up a highly developed, fully automated, and distributed electricity grid system. To identify the reliability of work and availability, cyber attacks detection in the smart grids play a significant role. This paper highlights the integrity of false data cyber-attacks in the physical layers of smart grids. As the first contribution, the Proposed True Data Integrity provides an attack exposure metric through an Agent-Based Model. Next, the research focuses on the decentralization of Data Integrity Security in the system with an Agent-based approach. Finally, the productivity and efficiency of the developed modeling techniques are experimentally evaluated and compared with the existing state-of-the-art supervised deep-learning models. The obtained results of the studies have shown the improved false data detection accuracy of 98.19% through replay cyber-attacks using the Artificial Feed-forward Network. Based on the research findings, deep neural network can be used to assess cyber data in smart grids to detect malware incidents and attacks. © 2021
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