SEGRID has delivered all results that were planned at the start of the project, and even produced additional deliverables because we think they contain valuable information to share. You can view and download the results below, as long as they are classified as ‘Public’. Due to the nature of the work, some of the deliverables are classified as ‘EU Restricted’ and cannot be shared.

General presentation (10/1/2014) SEGRID (Security for Smart Electricity GRIDs) Project type: Collaborative project – small or medium scale focused research project Grant agreement no: 607109 Thematic Priority: FP7-SEC-2013-1 Start date of project: October 1st, 2014 Duration: 36 months Coordinator: TNO, The Netherlands   SEGRID’s main objective is to enhance the protection of smart grids against cyber-attacks. We do […]
SEGRID Summit oktober 2017 (10/20/2017) The SEGRID Summit on October 2nd 2017, was a big success. We had a very diverse audience from both the private and the public sector. During the day the storyline and the results of SEGRID were presented. Several demos supported by poster presentations were available for the audience to gain in depth insight in the […]
Workshop Barcelona November 2016 (1/2/2017) SEGRID’s first workshop was a succes with good presentations and demos.
SEGRID Risk Management Methodology (SRMM) (1/26/2018) - This white paper describes an enhanced Risk Management approach for smart grids, the ‘SEGRID Risk Management Methodology (SRMM)’. The SRMM is meant to be applied in the context of smart grids, e.g. by risk managers and security officers of Distribution System Operators (DSOs) and Transport System Operators (TSOs). This white paper provides improved insights in […]
Security & Privacy Architecture Design (SPADE) (1/26/2018) - This white paper presents SPADE, the Security and Privacy Architecture DEsign process developed during the Security for smart Electricity GRIDs (SEGRID) project. SPADE is an iterative process conceived to design, validate and evaluate use-case-specific security and privacy architectures for smart Grid systems. Security & Privacy Architecture Design (SPADE)
Detailed component reference model description (1/26/2018) - This white paper presents the reference architecture of the SEGRID project’s use case 2 scenario 2: central load balancing of renewable energy. The reference model is described with its different ICT components and configurations. As supplementary material to this report, four models devised in the securiCAD threat modelling tool are provided. The four models represent […]
Contribution to IETF (1/26/2018) - The work on (D)TLS improvement led to a proposal by RISE SICS and ENCS to improve the (D)TLS IETF standard. A first version of an Internet Draft was submitted to IETF 99 held in Prague in July 2017 (see https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-tiloca-tls-dos-handshake-00). The Internet Draft got a positive and constructive review from Eric Rescorla, namely Security Area […]
Contribution to ETSI TC CYBER (1/26/2018) - ABB & TNO submitted a Change Request to ETSI TC Cyber TS 102 165 Part 1: “Method and proforma for Threat, Vulnerability, Risk Analysis (TVRA)”. The proposed CR is accepted and is included in the current version of the standard: http://www.etsi.org/deliver/etsi_ts/102100_102199/10216501/05.02.03_60/ts_10216501v050203p.pdf
CPSR- SG 2016 workshop (1/26/2018) - The three projects SEGRID, SPARKS and SALVAGE have organized a joint workshop preceding the CPS week in Vienna, April 12th 2016: The Joint International Workshop on Cyber-Physical Security and Resilience in Smart Grids: CPSR-SG 2016. The organization of the workshop was facilitated by the CPS week organization. Program chairs were the coordinators of the three […]
CPSR- SG 2017 workshop (1/26/2018) - The three projects SEGRID, SPARKS and SALVAGE have organized a second joint workshop preceding the CPS week in Pittsburgh, April 21st 2017: Second Workshop on Cyber-Physical Security and Resilience in Smart Grids: CPSR-SG 2017. The organization of the workshop was facilitated by the CPS week organization. Program chairs were the coordinators of the three projects […]
Symposium on Innovative Smart Grid Cybersecurity Solutions in Vienna (1/26/2018) - On Monday March 13 and Tuesday March 14th 2017, a joint workshop was organized by the projects HyRim, IRENE, SALVAGE, SPARKS, SUCCESS and SEGRID, kindly hosted by AIT in Vienna. The intention was to show the results of the participating projects to a broader audience by presentations and demonstrations. The participating projects were introduced and […]
D1.1 – Architecture and design for use cases (4/1/2015) - This deliverable describes the selection of some highly relevant representative use cases with regard to the Smart Grid concept for further use in the SEGRID context. These use cases highlight relevant scenarios and functionalities to be developed within the emerging Smart Grids while taking full potential of the installation of the Smart Grid components in […]
D1.2 Smart Grid security Roadmap (10/20/2017) - (1/4/2016) – In this deliverable D1.2 the project roadmap is presented. It contains a detailed planning of the SEGRID project, together with the short term and long-term goals and milestones of the project applied to the SEGRID use cases, including the responsibilities and deadlines. The SEGRID project has defined five use cases that are exemplary […]
D1.3 – First report on Security & privacy goals (4/1/2015) - The SEGRID project has defined five use cases that are exemplary for the gradually evolving system concept of smart grids in Europe. The use cases will be used to identify new cyber-threats and vulnerabilities as well as the gap between available and needed cyber security solutions for smart grids. The SEGRID use cases have been […]
D1.4 Final report on the security and privacy goals (10/20/2017) - (1/10/2016) – In this deliverable D1.4 the final set of security & privacy goals for the SEGRID use cases is defined. The SEGRID project has defined five use cases that are exemplary for the gradually evolving system concept of Smart Grids in Europe. The use cases will be used to identify new cyber-threats and vulnerabilities […]
D1.5 Report on analysis of policies regarding smart grid security (10/20/2017) - (1/7/2016)  – This document contains the results of an analysis on policies that relate to smartgrid security. A long list of policies were identified and part of those policies were analysed in more depth, using a analysis framework that is developed by SEGRID. The main observations are: At European level, a harmonised approach to smart […]
D1.6 Recommendations of improving smart grid security policies (10/20/2017) - (1/3/2017) – During previous research by SEGRID into gaps in policies, legalities and regulations, we discovered multiple gaps that hinder in one way or another innovation and research in smart grids, within the field of cyber security and data protection. We have refined this research by sending out a questionnaire, and taking several interviews with […]
D1.7 Cost assessment (1/26/2018) - This report reflects the work performed in SEGRID Task 1.4, in which the expected costs of developing, implementing and operating four selected smart grid security solutions (Resilient SCADA Systems, SecuriCAD Based Active Vulnerability Assessment Tool, Robust Scalable (D)TLS and Key Management for Group Software Distribution) are determined and weighed against their expected level of risk […]
D1.8 Whitepaper on DSO oriented Operational Security Capability Model (1/26/2018) - Smart grid security work has initially focused on system design. As smart grid systems become operational, grid operators will also need to build an operational security capability. They need to be able to identify and deal with incidents and vulnerabilities on a day-to-day basis. As a first step, many grid operators are now setting up […]
D2.4 SEGRID Cyber Security Framework and Roadmap (10/20/2017) - (1/10/2016) – This document presents a roadmap for Smart Grid security from the perspective of the SEGRID partners project. The document is aimed at different groups. First, it is aimed at DSOs and manufacturers. This roadmap is meant to give them an overview of which technologies and methods they can use to bring their technologies […]
D6.1 – SEGRID Flyer (4/1/2015) - SEGRID (Security for Smart Electricity GRIDs) is a collaboration project, funded by the EU under the FP7 program. SEGRID partners are DSO’s manufacturers, knowledge institutions and universities. SEGRID’s main objective is to enhance the protection of smart grids against cyberattacks. D6.1 – SEGRID Flyer
D6.2 – Dissemination plan (4/1/2015) - This document is the dissemination plan for the SEGRID project. The Dissemination Plan (DP) describes the approach of SEGRID regarding dissemination objectives, plans, activities target audience and results. Section 2 describes the dissemination strategy and measurable dissemination objectives, while section 3 identifies the SEGRID stakeholders and the target audience for the dissemination activities, considering their […]
D6.3 – First dissemination report (10/1/2015) - The SEGRID dissemination objectives are: To inform the user community, involving citizens, companies and public authorities about developments in the protection of smart grids. To raise awareness among all relevant stakeholders (e.g. policy makers, regulatory bodies, utility companies and smart grid equipment manufacturers) of the risks of cyber-attacks on smart grids and how to addresses […]
D6.4 SEGRID white paper (10/20/2017) - (1/6/2017) – The SEGRID project, sponsored by the European Framework 7 research and development program, addresses the challenges that arise with the introduction of the Smart Grid. This white paper summarizes the results of SEGRID. Whitepaper Segrid-9 FV
D6.5 Second dissemination report (10/20/2017) - (1/10/2016) – This report lists the dissemination activities that have been carried out in the second year of SEGRID. Section 2  describes the use of the SEGRID dissemination instruments. Section 3 describes the SEGRID liaison activities. Section 4 describes the dissemination to specific target groups, while some concluding remarks are made in section 5. SEGRID […]
D6.7 Final report on dissemination and standardisation activities (1/26/2018) - This report lists the dissemination activities that have been carried out during the lifetime of the SEGRID project. It also includes the activities already reported in the first year dissemination report (D6.2) and the second year dissemination report (D6.5), to provide a complete overview. Where relevant, the specific year where a dissemination activity took place […]
D6.8 Elaborate use case scenario (1/26/2018) - The SEGRID project used this SEGRID storyline, to guide the research and developments. Although this approach worked good to collaboratively identify and work on important cyber security and privacy challenges, when presenting the SEGRID results the storyline did not provide a framework for presenting all results in a coherent manner. In order to present the […]