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Real-time Security Analysis of Embedded Stepper Control Systems

Grimm, Marco and Anderl, Reiner (2014):
Real-time Security Analysis of Embedded Stepper Control Systems.
In: Intel Workshop on Cyberphysical and Mobile Security 2014, Darmstadt, 10-11.06.2014, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

In networked production systems, actuator control is a time-critical task to achieve synchronous processes in the industry. In intelligent, distributed and autonomous production scenarios, protection of data flows is crucial. Even though modern lightweight cryptosystems and high-performance embedded hardware is used to secure data flows, response time and encrypted data throughput set limits to real-time applications. To pave the way for high-security embedded interconnection in production automation, integrated crypto accelerators and lightweight crypto implementations have been analyzed and compared in order to provide high level of protection while minimizing impact on the real-time performance of the systems. As a demonstrating scenario, different secure stepper motor control implementations for an additive manufacturing machine were used.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2014
Creators: Grimm, Marco and Anderl, Reiner
Title: Real-time Security Analysis of Embedded Stepper Control Systems
Language: German
Abstract:

In networked production systems, actuator control is a time-critical task to achieve synchronous processes in the industry. In intelligent, distributed and autonomous production scenarios, protection of data flows is crucial. Even though modern lightweight cryptosystems and high-performance embedded hardware is used to secure data flows, response time and encrypted data throughput set limits to real-time applications. To pave the way for high-security embedded interconnection in production automation, integrated crypto accelerators and lightweight crypto implementations have been analyzed and compared in order to provide high level of protection while minimizing impact on the real-time performance of the systems. As a demonstrating scenario, different secure stepper motor control implementations for an additive manufacturing machine were used.

Uncontrolled Keywords: IT-Security, Embedded Systems, Stepper Motor Control, Real-Time Decryption, Lightweight Crypto
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Department of Computer Integrated Design (DiK)
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
Event Title: Intel Workshop on Cyberphysical and Mobile Security 2014
Event Location: Darmstadt
Event Dates: 10-11.06.2014
Date Deposited: 05 Mar 2015 08:01
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