Neutrosophic MCDM Methodology for Assessment Risks of Cyber Security in Power Management
Keywords:Power Management, Risk Assessment, Cyber Security, Neutrosophic Sets, MCDM
Every day, new reports of cyberattacks on interconnected control systems emerge. The vulnerability of their communication mechanism makes similar control systems a target for malicious outsiders. Protecting sensitive data and maintaining network reliability and availability are two of the main reasons why network security is so important. Strong and dependable network security strategies use a number of safeguards to protect users and businesses from malware and cyber assaults like distributed denial of service. A safety analysis is an essential step that must precede the introduction of any security measures. There hasn't been much experience with cyberattacks on power control systems yet, therefore it's important to develop a method for thoroughly assessing the safety of power control technologies used in data transmission systems. A prior study has identified the authority control process evaluation of security and the safety level of each control stage as two of the primary obstacles to effective security assessment. For this reason, this article provides a safety risk evaluation of the communication networks of power management and control technologies (PMCT) using the neutrosophic Evaluation Based on Distance from Average Solution (EDAS) method. A prime instance of a multi-criteria decision-making (MCDM) issue is used to solve the security risk assessment in the power system. In this study, we offer an interval-valued neutrosophic version of the EDAS approach for solving the MCDM issue. The neutrosophic EDAS method is used to rank and assess the security risks in power system.