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The traditional security objectives of smart grids have been availability, integrity, and confidentiality. However, as the grids incorporate smart metering and load management, user and corporate privacy is increasingly becoming an issue in smart grid networks. Although transmitting current power consumption levels to the supplier or utility from each smart meter at short intervals has an advantage for the electricity supplier's planning and management purposes, it threatens user privacy bydoi:10.3390/app5041503 fatcat:ubzensiievcb7pi2kxe2jy6z3m