Anuj Sanghvi is a cybersecurity researcher and network security engineer with the Secure Cyber Energy Systems Group. He leads the research and development of NREL's Distributed Energy Resources Cybersecurity Framework (DERCF), and his expertise is in identifying security controls for and testing of industrial control systems. As a research engineer, Sanghvi has done intensive research in building the DERCF assessment questions and developing reference architecture models for electric vehicle extreme fast charging infrastructure. He is also the lead of NREL's initiative in cybersecurity for water power with a multiyear, multilab Department of Energy Water Power Technology Office Cybersecurity Value-at-Risk Framework project.
M.S., Electrical Engineering, San Jose State University
B.S., Electronics and Telecommunication, Mumbai University
RF engineer, Lamhas Satellite Communication (2014–2015)
Distributed Energy Resources Cybersecurity Framework: Applying the NIST Risk Management Process, NREL Technical Report (2020)
Guide to the Distributed Energy Resources Cybersecurity Framework, NREL Technical Report (2019)
A Multidimensional Holistic Framework for the Security of Distributed Energy and Control Systems, IEEE Systems Journal (2019)
TIP-337 Home Battery System for Cybersecure Energy Efficiency and Demand Response, NREL Technical Report (2018)
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