Πρωτόκολλα συνάθροισης δεδομένων σε έξυπνα δίκτυα με διασφάλιση της ιδιωτικότητας
Privacy-preserving data aggregation protocols in smart grids
Αποστολάκου, Μαρία - Κλάρα
The term smart grids is relatively new since it was only 2007 when officially given its definition in the US. It is the evolution of power distribution networks with state-of-the-art technologies that allow two-way communication between users and providers to optimize supply and minimize production. The risk of malicious use of the smart grid leads to the need to create protection models for the network and the data aggregated in it. The privacy of users and the protection of providers is very important. Therefore, many studies have been conducted and data protection protocols have been developed. In this dissertation, privacy-preserving data aggregation protocols in smart grids are examined. Smart grids and threats to new technology are described. Models and aggregation protocols from the international bibliography are presented.