Enhancing Security and Reliability for Smart- Systems' Architectures
The vision of a fourth industrial revolution lately strongly captured the attention of research. A Cyber-physical system (CPS) is one of the main drivers of this vision. Such system controls an underlying factory interacting with sensors, actuators and other systems creating systems-of-systems. A main point of interest is how these components are built and interconnected, i.e. the system's architecture, and how it might be improved to increase reliability and security. Unfortunately, a recently completed systematic mapping study has shown that security based research for CPS architectures is only weakly present. The target of this research is therefore to find generalized architectural models and patterns that improve reliability and security. The results will enable the improvement of reliability and security of cyber-physical systems in general, leading to a variety of application scenarios and possible use cases.
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