Detection and Diagnosis of Data Integrity Attacks in Solar Farms Based on Multilayer Long Short-Term Memory Network
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Photovoltaic (PV) systems are becoming more vulnerable to cyber threats. In response to this emerging concern, developing cyber-secure power electronics converters has received increased attention from the IEEE Power Electronics Society that recently launched a cyber-physical-security initiative. This letter proposes a deep sequence learning based diagnosis solution for data integrity attacks on PV systems in smart grids, including dc-dc and dc-ac converters. The multilayer long short-term memory networks are used to leverage time-series electric waveform data from current and voltage sensors in PV systems. The proposed method has been evaluated in a PV smart grid benchmark model with extensive quantitative analysis. For comparison, we have evaluated classic data-driven methods, including $K$-nearest neighbor, decision tree, support vector machine, artificial neural network, and convolutional neural network. Comparison results verify performances of the proposed method for detection and diagnosis of various data integrity attacks on PV systems.
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Li, Fangyu; Li, Qi; Zhang, Jinan; Kou, Jiabao; Ye, Jin; Song, Wen Zhan; and Mantooth, Homer Alan, "Detection and Diagnosis of Data Integrity Attacks in Solar Farms Based on Multilayer Long Short-Term Memory Network" (2021). Faculty Publications. 5101.