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re: Maxim secures smart grid infrastructure with security manager
fredrodriguez11   1/31/2013 3:46:49 AM
Though my knowledge of security systems is not that deep or wide in scope, it is good to read of what are the various security solutions available. Reading such articles like this could be very informative and somehow expand my knowledge about smart grid infrastructure, a topic that I have recently taken an interest in. I hope that more and more articles like this are easy to find. I would also be interested in portable or web-based security systems that I could access anywhere, especially that my work is very mobile. Are there any other resource centers that I could be directed to? Hope to hear your leads! http://www.rosssecuritysolutions.com/

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re: Maxim secures smart grid infrastructure with security manager
rkadam   7/30/2012 5:40:59 AM
Is there a standard defined for the Smart Grid/Smart Meter for exchange of Key required for symmetric encryption? The above hardware does seem to support only symmetric encryption, so as a security solution we still rely on external hardware/software mechanism to exchange the key required for encryption/decryption

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re: Maxim secures smart grid infrastructure with security manager
DrFPGA   7/26/2012 11:08:38 PM
I don't know about you but I will be much happier knowing my local power provider can't be easily hacked. Power is the most important part of our infrastructure these days...

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