The workshop was held in conjunction with the IEEE 31st Mediterranean Conference in Control and Automation (MED23), Limassol, Cyprus, a conference that attracts annually more than 400 worldwide professionals, researchers and academics from all five continents. The ELECTRON workshop was charred by UCY and it included one keynote speaker and eight presenters from both academia and industry. The topics cover a broad range of aspects from
- cybersecurity in the 3D era (decarbonization, decentralization and digitalization) of the power systems;
- cyber hygiene methods, best practices and training for professionals serving critical infrastructures, including EPES;
- deeper technical analysis of cyber threats and attacks exploiting possible vulnerabilities of common communication protocols used by the monitoring and control power equipment of SCASA systems.
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