This book, written by leaders in the protection field of critical infrastructures, provides an extended overview of the technological and operative advantages together with the security problems and challenges of the new paradigm of the Internet of Things in today's industry, also known as the Industry Internet of Things (IIoT).
The incorporation of the new embedded technologies and the interconnected networking advances in the automation and monitoring processes, certainly multiplies the functional complexities of the underlying control system, whilst increasing security and privacy risks. The critical nature of the application context and its relevance for the well-being of citizens and their economy, attracts the attention of multiple, advanced attackers, with stealthy abilities to evade security policies, ex-filter information or exploit vulnerabilities. Some real-life events and registers in CERTs have already clearly demonstrated how the control industry can become vulnerable to multiple types of advanced threats whose focus consists in hitting the safety and security of the control processes.
This book, therefore, comprises a detailed spectrum of research papers with highly analytical content and actuation procedures to cover the relevant security and privacy issues such as data protection, awareness, response and resilience, all of them working at optimal times. Readers will be able to comprehend the construction problems of the fourth industrial revolution and are introduced to effective, lightweight protection solutions which can be integrated as part of the new IIoT-based monitoring ecosystem.
Part 1. Security Analysis and Advanced Threats.- Securing industrial Control Systems; M. Krotofil et al.- Towards a Secure Industrial Internet of Things; G. Spathoulas, S. Katsikas.- Advanced Persistent Threats and Zero-Day Exploits in Industrial Internet of Things; I. Stellios et al.- Part 2. Secure Interconnection Mechanisms.- A Survey on Lightweight Authenticated Encryption and Challenges for Securing Industrial IoT; M. Agrawal et al.- Access Control in the Industrial Internet of Things; S. Salonikias et al.- A Distributed Usage Control Framework for Industrial Internet of Things; A. La Marra et al.- Part 3. Advanced Protection Techniques.- Profiling Communications in Industrial IP Networks: Model Complexity and Anomaly Detection; M.A. Faisal et al.- Improving Security in Industrial Internet of Things: a Distributed Intrusion Detection Methodology; G. Bernieri, F. Pascucci.- Who's there? Evaluating data source integrity and veracity in IIoT using Multivariate Statistical Process Control; I. Garitano et al.- Secure Machine to Machine Communication in Industrial Internet of Things; M. Conti et al.- Part 4. Privacy Issues in Industrial Connected Networks.- Modelling the Privacy Impact of External Knowledge for Sensor Data in the Industrial Internet of Things; S. Darwish et al.- Security and Privacy Techniques for the Industrial Internet of Thing; Y. Zhang, X. Huang.- Part 5. Application Scenarios.- IIoT in the Hospital scenario: Hospital 4.0, Blockchain and Robust Data Management; L. Faramondi et al.- Design and Realization of Testbeds for Security Research in the Industrial Internet of Things; N.O. Tippenhauer.