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Piracy Protection Navigator I4.0 for Industrial Systems

Shaabany, Ghaidaa and Frisch, Simon and Pitz, Katrin and Anderl, Reiner (2016):
Piracy Protection Navigator I4.0 for Industrial Systems.
In: In: Proceedings of the Global Conference on Applied Computing in Science & Engineering Conference, [Article]

Abstract

The main goal of the German concept of Industrie 4.0 (I4.0) is merging the production with ICT (information and communication technology. It is distinguished by expanding of digital networking in the industrial environment. However this connected world involves various risks by hackers’ attacks, theft or manipulation of data. So it is essential to deal with these security challenges. One of the challenges is to protect global distributed products and data from pirates. Before beginning to develop an appropriate protection concept for an industrial system against targeted product piracy, a process model must be developed, which provide systematically an overview of this system. This concept should consist of various selective protective measures and analytical procedures. However an appropriate model, which is aligned to the specific needs of the piracy protection in the I4.0 environment is not existing. Based on this fact, a concept of Piracy Protection Navigator I4.0 (PPN I4.0) will be introduced in this paper. PPN I4.0 aims to support product manufacturers by determining the piracy attack points specifically in the I4.0 environment and helps them by identifying appropriate countermeasures against piracy attacks.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2016
Creators: Shaabany, Ghaidaa and Frisch, Simon and Pitz, Katrin and Anderl, Reiner
Title: Piracy Protection Navigator I4.0 for Industrial Systems
Language: English
Abstract:

The main goal of the German concept of Industrie 4.0 (I4.0) is merging the production with ICT (information and communication technology. It is distinguished by expanding of digital networking in the industrial environment. However this connected world involves various risks by hackers’ attacks, theft or manipulation of data. So it is essential to deal with these security challenges. One of the challenges is to protect global distributed products and data from pirates. Before beginning to develop an appropriate protection concept for an industrial system against targeted product piracy, a process model must be developed, which provide systematically an overview of this system. This concept should consist of various selective protective measures and analytical procedures. However an appropriate model, which is aligned to the specific needs of the piracy protection in the I4.0 environment is not existing. Based on this fact, a concept of Piracy Protection Navigator I4.0 (PPN I4.0) will be introduced in this paper. PPN I4.0 aims to support product manufacturers by determining the piracy attack points specifically in the I4.0 environment and helps them by identifying appropriate countermeasures against piracy attacks.

Journal or Publication Title: In: Proceedings of the Global Conference on Applied Computing in Science & Engineering Conference
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Department of Computer Integrated Design (DiK)
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
Date Deposited: 28 Apr 2017 11:48
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