By Jonathan Butts, Sujeet Shenoi (eds.)
The info infrastructure - comprising pcs, embedded units, networks and software program platforms - is essential to day by day operations in each quarter: info and telecommunications, banking and finance, strength, chemical compounds and dangerous fabrics, agriculture, nutrition, water, public health and wellbeing, emergency companies, transportation, postal and transport, executive and protection. worldwide enterprise and undefined, governments, certainly society itself, can't functionality successfully if significant elements of the serious details infrastructure are degraded, disabled or destroyed. serious Infrastructure security VIII describes unique learn effects and cutting edge purposes within the interdisciplinary box of serious infrastructure safeguard. additionally, it highlights the significance of weaving technology, know-how and coverage in crafting refined, but useful, strategies that might aid safe details, computing device and community resources within the a variety of serious infrastructure sectors. components of insurance contain: keep an eye on platforms defense, infrastructure protection, infrastructure modeling and simulation, probability and effect overview, and complex thoughts. This publication is the 8th quantity within the annual sequence produced via the foreign Federation for info Processing (IFIP) operating workforce 11.10 on severe Infrastructure defense, a world neighborhood of scientists, engineers, practitioners and coverage makers devoted to advancing study, improvement and implementation efforts keen on infrastructure safety. The booklet incorporates a collection of seventeen edited papers from the eighth Annual IFIP WG 11.10 overseas convention on serious Infrastructure defense, held at SRI foreign, Arlington, Virginia, DC, united states within the spring of 2014. severe Infrastructure defense VIII is a crucial source for researchers, college participants and graduate scholars, in addition to for coverage makers, practitioners and different people with pursuits in place of origin security.
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Extra resources for Critical Infrastructure Protection VIII: 8th IFIP WG 11.10 International Conference, ICCIP 2014, Arlington, VA, USA, March 17-19, 2014, Revised Selected Papers
15–27, 2014. IFIP International Federation for Information Processing 2014 16 CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION VIII electrical power transmission and distribution systems, and large telecommunications systems. Attacks against industrial control systems by a well-funded adversary can have devastating consequences to modern society. Current industrial control system defenses involve updating and patching, strengthening the periphery and implementing other traditional information technology solutions.
Typical sensor signals in a process control environment ﬂuctuate around the setpoint or track dynamic changes in the process. In both cases, the process variable exhibits a time series of low and high peaks. The attacker neither knows how high nor how low the process variable can span, nor which of the peak values should be chosen from among all the possible boundary states. This paper formulates the challenge as an optimal stopping time problem for the attacker. In particular, it is formulated as a best choice problem (also known as the secretary problem), in which the adversary is presented with a time series of system states provided by sensor measurements and has to decide on the optimal time to attack.
The remaining combination of input values (low sensor = 0 and high sensor = 1) is a faulty condition and raises an alarm. The control system logic was implemented in the S7-1200 programmable logic controller as a SCL program in block OB1. The following pseudocode speciﬁes the control system logic: // Power Fingerprinting Trigger if L = 0 && H = 0 then pump = On alarm = Off else if L = 1 && H = 1 then pump = Off alarm = Off else if L = 0 && H = 1 then alarm = On pump = Off increase alarm counter else outputs unchanged end // Power Fingerprinting Trigger The control system logic has four execution paths.