REVIEW ON SCADA SYSTEM MANAGEMENT IN MITIGATION OF COUNTRY CRITICAL INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE VULNERABILITIES STUDY OF MILITARY MICROGRID-BASED HYBRID POWER GENERATIONS
The development of threats and vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure is increasingly worrying, especially in the power generation and energy transmission distribution sector. This is based on the many cases and issues affecting the performance of the SCADA system. Its issues include hacking, power outages, smart meter hackers, Stuxnet attacks, an increasing number of virus variants to natural disasters, and corrosion issues. Rapid response efforts are needed to mitigate critical infrastructure vulnerabilities by identifying and responding to risk management responses from SCADA Systems that utilize Internet of Things technology. The research methodology used in this paper is based on literature studies or review articles based on publications and existing materials synthesized and combined to produce ideas, ideas, and generator designs that are ideal for reducing the possible impact of cyberattacks on the energy sector. The results showed that risk management on critical infrastructure must consider 3 important elements: human resources, cyber and physical security of the energy system. Efforts to improve these three important elements by considering cybersecurity training for managers, applying massively strengthening firewalls, and implementing ISO 27001 along with mitigation Quick action in dealing with issues of natural disasters and corrosion.
Risk Management, State Critical Information Infrastructure, Renewable Energy Hybrid Power Generation, Military Microgrid