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Roy, D. D., Shin, D..  2019.  Network Intrusion Detection in Smart Grids for Imbalanced Attack Types Using Machine Learning Models. 2019 International Conference on Information and Communication Technology Convergence (ICTC). :576—581.
Smart grid has evolved as the next generation power grid paradigm which enables the transfer of real time information between the utility company and the consumer via smart meter and advanced metering infrastructure (AMI). These information facilitate many services for both, such as automatic meter reading, demand side management, and time-of-use (TOU) pricing. However, there have been growing security and privacy concerns over smart grid systems, which are built with both smart and legacy information and operational technologies. Intrusion detection is a critical security service for smart grid systems, alerting the system operator for the presence of ongoing attacks. Hence, there has been lots of research conducted on intrusion detection in the past, especially anomaly-based intrusion detection. Problems emerge when common approaches of pattern recognition are used for imbalanced data which represent much more data instances belonging to normal behaviors than to attack ones, and these approaches cause low detection rates for minority classes. In this paper, we study various machine learning models to overcome this drawback by using CIC-IDS2018 dataset [1].
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Kim, D., Shin, D., Shin, D..  2018.  Unauthorized Access Point Detection Using Machine Learning Algorithms for Information Protection. 2018 17th IEEE International Conference On Trust, Security And Privacy In Computing And Communications/ 12th IEEE International Conference On Big Data Science And Engineering (TrustCom/BigDataSE). :1876-1878.

With the frequent use of Wi-Fi and hotspots that provide a wireless Internet environment, awareness and threats to wireless AP (Access Point) security are steadily increasing. Especially when using unauthorized APs in company, government and military facilities, there is a high possibility of being subjected to various viruses and hacking attacks. It is necessary to detect unauthorized Aps for protection of information. In this paper, we use RTT (Round Trip Time) value data set to detect authorized and unauthorized APs in wired / wireless integrated environment, analyze them using machine learning algorithms including SVM (Support Vector Machine), C4.5, KNN (K Nearest Neighbors) and MLP (Multilayer Perceptron). Overall, KNN shows the highest accuracy.