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Lai, J., Duan, B., Su, Y., Li, L., Yin, Q..  2017.  An active security defense strategy for wind farm based on automated decision. 2017 IEEE Power Energy Society General Meeting. :1–5.

With the development of smart grid, information and energy integrate deeply. For remote monitoring and cluster management, SCADA system of wind farm should be connected to Internet. However, communication security and operation risk put forward a challenge to data network of the wind farm. To address this problem, an active security defense strategy combined whitelist and security situation assessment is proposed. Firstly, the whitelist is designed by analyzing the legitimate packet of Modbus on communication of SCADA servers and PLCs. Then Knowledge Automation is applied to establish the Decision Requirements Diagram (DRD) for wind farm security. The D-S evidence theory is adopted to assess operation situation of wind farm and it together with whitelist offer the security decision for wind turbine. This strategy helps to eliminate the wind farm owners' security concerns of data networking, and improves the integrity of the cyber security defense for wind farm.

Jiang, J., Yin, Q., Shi, Z., Li, M..  2018.  Comprehensive Behavior Profiling Model for Malware Classification. 2018 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC). :00129-00135.

In view of the great threat posed by malware and the rapid growing trend about malware variants, it is necessary to determine the category of new samples accurately for further analysis and taking appropriate countermeasures. The network behavior based classification methods have become more popular now. However, the behavior profiling models they used usually only depict partial network behavior of samples or require specific traffic selection in advance, which may lead to adverse effects on categorizing advanced malware with complex activities. In this paper, to overcome the shortages of traditional models, we raise a comprehensive behavior model for profiling the behavior of malware network activities. And we also propose a corresponding malware classification method which can extract and compare the major behavior of samples. The experimental and comparison results not only demonstrate our method can categorize samples accurately in both criteria, but also prove the advantage of our profiling model to two other approaches in accuracy performance, especially under scenario based criteria.