Free Research Smart Grid System Security with Broadcast Communications Cybersecurity for broadcast-based smart grid communications Relevant guidelines and regulations Third paper in a series on broadcast-based solutions for home-to-grid communications Cybersecurity for broadcasting information to smart grid devices Broadcasting is a powerful and low-cost method of sending information to a large number of smart, energy-consuming devices to help manage energy consumption (e.g., via demand response). This paper addresses the issue of cybersecurity for smart grid broadcast communications. This paper presents a high-level overview of various security issues related to broadcast-based solutions and explores practical methods of implementing security suitable for ensuring the integrity of information. It addresses industry requirements and government guidelines, primarily for cybersecurity but also with some reference to physical security, and reviews some countermeasures against various types of cyber attacks. It proposes that broadcast messages sent to home-based devices be authenticated as originating from a valid source. What’s in the report Broadcast security measures Examples of cyber attacks Consumer views on privacy and big data Recommendations, including encryption, authentication, and authorization Fill out this form to get the report. Name First Last Email CompanyTitlePhone (Optional)Job FunctionAdministrationBusiness DevelopmentCustomer RelationsDistributionEngineering & TechnicalGeneration & TransmissionProjects & ProgramsRegulatory & PolicyOtherJob LevelC-levelVice PresidentDirectorManagerProfessional Submit This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms. Sign me up to receive updates on Technology & Infrastructure?