This book introduces readers to cybersecurity and its impact on the realization of the Industry 4.0 vision. It covers the technological foundations of cybersecurity within the scope of the Industry 4.0 landscape and details the existing cybersecurity threats faced by Industry 4.0, as well as state-of-the-art solutions with regard to both academic research and practical implementations.
Industry 4.0 and its associated technologies, such as the Industrial Internet of Things and cloud-based design and manufacturing systems are examined, along with their disruptive innovations. Further, the book analyzes how these phenomena capitalize on the economies of scale provided by the Internet.
The book offers a valuable resource for practicing engineers and decision makers in industry, as well as researchers in the design and manufacturing communities and all those interested in Industry 4.0 and cybersecurity.
Lane Thames has more than fifteen years experience in information technology, computer communications, and software engineering, all with a focus on cybersecurity. Over the past 10 years, he has conducted research at the intersection of cybersecurity, advanced information technologies, advanced manufacturing, and machine learning. His PhD dissertation was focused on distributed Internet cybersecurity, high-speed packetclassification, and autonomous cyber-attack detection with machine learning algorithms. Since 2011, he has investigated numerous foundational aspects of Industry 4.0 within the scope of Cloud-based Design and Manufacturing (CBDM) along with its associated cybersecurity needs and applications. Since 2013, he has been investigating cyber security for applications within the so-called Industrial Internet and the Industrial Internet of Things.
Dirk Schaefer has more than twenty years experience in computer-aided design, engineering, and manufacturing, both in industry and academia. Over the past fifteen years, he has conducted research on product modeling, variant design, product life-cycle management, design-with-manufacture integration, standardized product data exchange, and digital and virtual engineering. Since 2011 he has been spearheading research on Cloud-based Design and Manufacturing (CBDM) and Social Product Development (SPD), which are considered high-impact areas in the context of Industry 4.0 and cyber-physical product creation.
Industry 4.0: An Overview of Key Benefits, Technologies, and Challenges.- Customized Encryption of CAD Models for Cloud-enabled Collaborative Product Development.- A New Approach to Cyberphysical Security in Industry 4.0.- Big Data Security Intelligence for Healthcare Industry 4.0.- Decentralized Cyber-physical Systems: A Paradigm for Cloud-based Smart Factory of Industry 4.0.- Applying and Assessing Cybersecurity Controls for Direct Digital Manufacturing (DDM) Systems.- The Resource Usage Viewpoint of Industrial Control System Security: An Inference-based Intrusion Detection System.- Practical Security Aspects of the Internet of Things.- Cybersecurity for Industry 4.0 and Advanced Manufacturing Environments with Ensemble Intelligence.