Consequence-driven Cybersecurity for High Power EV Charging Infrastructure
Barney Carlson, Idaho National Laboratory
Barney Carlson discussed a methodology to quantify the impacts from cyber malicious events on high power charging infrastructure (XFC and WPT). The methodology involves impact severity and cyber manipulation complexity to quantify and prioritize the potential cyber malicious events, therefore enabling research efforts to focus the limited time and funding on the highest consequence events. The INL project also included the development of techniques to identify a cyber event as well as the development of mitigation strategies and solutions, again focused on the highest consequence events. The presentation outlined guidance and solutions to the charging infrastructure industry to advance safety and security for high power charging of EVs.