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학술지 Privacy-Preserving Lightweight Authentication Protocol for Demand Response Management in Smart Grid Environment
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유성진, 박기성, 이준영, 박영호, 박요한, 이상우, 정보흥
Applied Sciences, v.10 no.5, pp.1-26
20HR1100, 오토모티브 이더넷 기반 차량 보안위협 예측․탐지․대응 및 보안성 자동진단 기술개발, 정보흥
With the development in wireless communication and low-power device, users can receive various useful services such as electric vehicle (EV) charging, smart building, and smart home services at anytime and anywhere in smart grid (SG) environments. The SG devices send demand of electricity to the remote control center and utility center (UC) to use energy services, and UCs handle it for distributing electricity efficiently. However, in SG environments, the transmitted messages are vulnerable to various attacks because information related to electricity is transmitted over an insecure channel. Thus, secure authentication and key agreement are essential to provide secure energy services for legitimate users. In 2019, Kumar et al. presented a secure authentication protocol for demand response management in the SG system. However, we demonstrate that their protocol is insecure against masquerade, the SG device stolen, and session key disclosure attacks and does not ensure secure mutual authentication. Thus, we propose a privacy-preserving lightweight authentication protocol for demand response management in the SG environments to address the security shortcomings of Kumar et al.'s protocol. The proposed protocol withstands various attacks and ensures secure mutual authentication and anonymity. We also evaluated the security features of the proposed scheme using informal security analysis and proved the session key security of proposed scheme using the ROR model. Furthermore, we showed that the proposed protocol achieves secure mutual authentication between the SG devices and the UC using Burrows-Abadi-Needham (BAN) logic analysis. We also demonstrated that our authentication protocol prevents man-in-the-middle and replay attacks utilizing AVISPA simulation tool and compared the performance analysis with other existing protocols. Therefore, the proposed scheme provides superior safety and efficiency other than existing related protocols and can be suitable for practical SG environments.
AVISPA, BAN logic, Informal security analysis, ROR model, Smart grid authentication
KSP 제안 키워드
Burrows-Abadi-Needham (BAN) logic, Demand Response Management, Energy services, Insecure Channel, Man-in-the-middle, Performance analysis, Privacy-preserving, Secure authentication protocol, Session key, Smart Homes(SH), Smart building
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