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IEC TS 62351-100-1:2018 ED1

Power systems management and associated information exchange - Data and communications security - Part 100-1: Conformance test cases for IEC TS 62351-5 and IEC TS 60870-5-7

Nov 7, 2018

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60.60     Nov 7, 2018


TC 57

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IEC TS 62351-100-1:2018(E), which is a technical specification, describes test cases of data and communication security for telecontrol equipment, substation automation systems (SAS) and telecontrol systems, including front-end functions of SCADA.
The goal of this document is to enable interoperability by providing a standard method of testing protocol implementations to verify that a device fulfils the requirement of the standard. Note that conformity to the standard does not guarantee interoperability between devices using different implementations. It is expected that using this specification during testing will minimize the risk of non-interoperability. A basic condition for this interoperability is a passed conformance test of both devices.
The scope of this document is to specify commonly available procedures and definitions for conformance and/or interoperability testing of IEC TS 62351-5 and IEC TS 60870-5-7. The conformance test cases defined herein are focused to verify the conformant integration of the underlying authentication, as specified in IEC TS 62351-5 and IEC TS 60870-5-7, to protect IEC 60870-5-101 and IEC 6870-5-104-based communications.
This document deals with data and communication security conformance testing; therefore, other requirements, such as safety or EMC, are not covered. These requirements are covered by other standards (if applicable) and the proof of compliance for these topics is done according to these standards.

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IEC TS 62351-100-1:2018 ED1
60.60 Standard published
Nov 7, 2018