3.3.1 IEEE 1686 (Substation Intelligent Electronic Devices (IEDs) Cyber
This standard defines the functions and features to
be provided in intelligent electronic devices (IEDs) to accommodate critical
infrastructure protection programs. Security regarding the access, operation,
configuration, firmware revision and data retrieval from an IED are addressed.
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184.108.40.206 Associated Evaluation Scheme and
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NIST (the National Institute of Standards and
Technologies) has been tasked with laying out a plan for the transformation of
the U.S.s aging energy infrastructure into interoperable Smart Grid. As part
of their task, theyve put together an open forum for members to collaborate on
standards development called the Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP). NIST
and the SGIP are selecting a framework of standards which are being used as the
backbone of the new Smart Grid. The IEEE 1686 standard is one of these.
220.127.116.11 Process Not applicable.
18.104.22.168 Formal Status
22.214.171.124 Relation to other standards / schemes
This standard is designed to provide the tools and
features for a user to implement an IED security effort in response to NERC CIP
requirements; see section 5.3.3.
This standard references:
IEEE 1711 Trial-use standard for a cryptographic
protocol for cyber security of substation serial links.
Other standards that reference this standard:
IEEE 1815 Electric Power Systems
Communications-Distributed Network Protocol (DNP3).
ETSI - TR 103 118 Machine-to-machine
communications (M2M); smart energy infrastructures security; review of existing
security measures and convergence investigations.
IEC/TR 62351-10: Power Systems Management and
Associated Information Exchange Data and Communications Security Part 10:
Security Architecture Guidelines.
IEC TR 62351-13: Power systems management and
associated information exchange - data and communications security - part 13:
guidelines on security topics to be covered in standards and specifications.
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