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Threat models for vulnerability analysis of IoT devices for manipulation of demand attacks

J.A. Font, J. Jarauta Gastelu, R. Gesteira-Miñarro, R. Palacios, G. López

VIII Jornadas Nacionales de Investigación en Ciberseguridad - JNIC 2023, Vigo (España). 21-23 junio 2023


Resumen:

The development of Internet of Things technologies has brought, along with new opportunities, new types of risks to the table. This is exemplified by attacks like the distributed denial of service from the botnet Mirai. One of those risks comes from grid-connected high power devices. In this attack scenario, an attacker could gather a significant amount of smart devices to cause an noticeable impact on the power infrastructure. The goal of this paper is to define threat models, to help carry out vulnerability assessment on devices relevant to this attack scenario. This paper contains the development of said model for air conditioning, electric vehicle charging posts, and photovoltaic systems.


Palabras clave: Cybersecurity, Internet of Things, Manipulation of Demand, Smart Grids, Threat Model


DOI: DOI icon 10.23919/JNIC58574.2023.10205781

Fecha de publicación: junio 2023.



Cita:
Font, J.A., Jarauta Gastelu, J., Gesteira-Miñarro, R., Palacios, R., López, G., Threat models for vulnerability analysis of IoT devices for manipulation of demand attacks, VIII Jornadas Nacionales de Investigación en Ciberseguridad - JNIC 2023, Vigo (España). 21-23 junio 2023.


    Líneas de investigación:
  • Ciberseguridad, prevención de cibercrimen, detección de cibercrimen

IIT-23-119C

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