Security Assessment Of A Turbo-Gas Power Plant
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Critical infrastructures are exposed to new threats due to the large number of vulnerabilities and architectural weaknesses introduced by the extensive use of information and communication technologies. This paper presents the results of an exhaustive security assessment for a turbo-gas power plant.
KeywordsTurbo-gas power plant security assessment
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