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Redefining Grid Security

The pros of establishing new resilience paradigms

Expect the unexpected!


Welcome to the interconnected world!
With everyone connected in cyberspace, the flow of information from consumers to operational levels can have a significant impact on the decisions made by system dispatchers. However, the paradigms of the past may no longer be enough to address the emerging threats of the 21st century.
That's where resilience comes in – it's the new normal for us to withstand the ever-evolving challenges posed by natural catastrophes and cyberterrorism. We must adapt and stay prepared for any disruption that may come our way.
At our organization, we understand the importance of resilience in the modern world. We're constantly working to develop strategies that can help us navigate through these challenging times. Join us as we strive towards a safer and more resilient future for all!

  • Anticipate for the credible events
  • Design a wider protection and coordination oversight
  • Rapid restoration efforts
  • Computationally feasible
  • Help policy makers to make a robust plan
  • Extensive investigate all sort of threats and plausible remedies

The cons of challenges

  • Economically infeasible
  • Extremely unpredictable high impact, low probability event
  • Unpredictable growth of population and bipartisan governmental push
  • Operational dependence on other critical infrastructures
  • Challenges to automate restoration

Our CIResilience Research team is dedicated to promoting resilience in the power grid.

Are you concerned about the resilience of our critical infrastructure against catastrophic events? Look no further than CIResilience! 

Our team understands the interdependencies between the power grid and other systems, with a focus on the communication infrastructure that plays a vital role in maintaining cyber-physical security. We are dedicated to tackling the challenges and emerging issues related to system deployment and economics of rare extreme events.


At the heart of our research philosophy are three key principles: Reconfigurability, Interdependability, and Sustainability (RIS). With our team’s expertise and collaboration with international partners from diverse fields such as transportation and water management, we aim to establish frameworks that anticipate extreme consequences for our nation’s critical infrastructure against natural disasters and cyberterrorism. By doing so, we hope to ensure the socioeconomic stability of future generations. Join us on this journey to build a more resilient future!