College

College of Computing, Engineering, and Construction

Department

School of Computing

Rank

Assistant Professor

Biographical Statement

Swapnoneel Roy's areas of research are Computer Security, Energy-Aware Computing, and Algorithms. During his three and half years at UNF, Dr. Roy has published a lot of work primarily in the area of cybersecurity in general. A majority of his publications have been coauthored with his students. He serves as the faculty adviser for the AITP club where his students participate in various national cybersecurity competitions.

Title of Work

Denial of Service Attack on Protocols for Smart Grid Communications

Type of Work

Book Chapter

Publication Information

Book: Security Solutions and Applied Cryptography in Smart Grid Communications Publisher: IGI Global

Description of Work

In this work, a denial of service (DoS) attack known as the clogging attack has been performed on three different modern protocols for smart grid (SG) communications. The first protocol provides authentication between smart meters (SM) and a security and authentication server (SAS). The second protocol facilitates secure and private communications between electric vehicles (EV) and the smart grid. The third protocol is a secure and efficient key distribution protocol for the smart grid.

 

Denial of Service Attack on Protocols for Smart Grid Communications

In this work, a denial of service (DoS) attack known as the clogging attack has been performed on three different modern protocols for smart grid (SG) communications. The first protocol provides authentication between smart meters (SM) and a security and authentication server (SAS). The second protocol facilitates secure and private communications between electric vehicles (EV) and the smart grid. The third protocol is a secure and efficient key distribution protocol for the smart grid.