Security for Complex Cyber-Physical and IndustrialControl Systems: Current Trends, Limitations, andChallenges

  • Dabeeruddin Syed (Ko-Autor*in)
  • Tao-Hung Chang (Ko-Autor*in)
  • Svetinovic, D. (Ko-Autor*in)
  • Talal Rehman (Ko-Autor*in)
  • Zeyar Aung (Ko-Autor*in)

Aktivität: VortragWissenschaftlicher Vortrag (Science-to-Science)

Beschreibung

Today’s society relies upon the smooth and secure functioning of the mission-critical
infrastructures and their services. Much of this critical infrastructure relies on the
complex cyber-physical systems and the industrial control systems. In recent years,
securing these two types of systems has been a top priority due to a significant
increase in number of attacks. Most of these systems are often several decades old,
and they were developed without significant consideration of the security

requirements. As such, there is an urgent need to protect these cyber-physical and
industrial systems from external vulnerabilities. In this paper, we present a survey
of the cyber-physical and industrial control systems, and explore the possibility and
necessity for security of such systems. We discuss the various types of cyber-physical

and industrial control systems currently being used, assess the vulnerabilities of

such systems, discuss the literature on the cyber-physical and industrial control

systems, and examine some works that propose security standards and models for

these types of systems.
Zeitraum19 Juli 2017
Ereignistitel21st PACIFIC-ASIA CONFERENCE ON INFORMATION SYSTEMS (PACIS 2017)
VeranstaltungstypKeine Angaben
BekanntheitsgradInternational