Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Distributed manufacturing operations include cyber-physical systems vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Long time not considered a priority, cybersecurity jumped to the forefront of manufacturing concerns due to the need to network together legacy, newer equipment, and entire operation centers. This paper proposes trustworthiness solutions for integrated manufacturing physical-cyber worlds, where trustworthiness is defined to complement system dependability requirements with cybersecurity requirements, such that the resulting manufacturing cyber-physical system delivers services that can justifiably be trusted. Acknowledging the inevitability of cyber-attacks, the paper models the cybersecurity component using the resilient systems framework, where system resilience is viewed as preservation of a required state of cybersecurity.
Scholarly Commons Citation
Babiceanu, R. F., & Seker, R. (2017). Trustworthiness Requirements for Manufacturing Cyber-Physical Systems. Procedia Manufacturing, 11(). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.promfg.2017.07.202
This paper is part of the proceedings from the 27th International Conference on Flexible Automation and Intelligent Manufacturing, FAIM2017, held June 27-30, 2017, in Modena, Italy.