Seminario di Informatica: “Deep Detection Architecture for Security in Industrial Control Systems”

Venerdì 2 Febbraio 2018, ore 14:30 - Aula 2AB45 - Giuseppe Bernieri


Venerdì 2 Febbraio 2018 alle ore 14:30 in Aula 2AB45, Giuseppe Bernieri (Deloitte Cyber Security Consultant and PhD Candidate Department of Engineering University “Roma Tre”, Italy) terrà un seminario dal titolo “Deep Detection Architecture for Security in Industrial Control Systems”.

In recent years, the evolution of information and communication technology joined the industrial control systems development, leading to new significant enhancements. Even though the benefits are noticeable, new security challenges concerning industrial facilities arise: typical vulnerabilities of the cyber domain emerged in industrial control systems. In this context, the classic cyber-security tools are ineffective, since industrial control systems are designed to operate in standalone or isolated configurations and are characterized by hard real-time constraints. As a consequence, over the last decade, critical infrastructures have experienced a large number of cyber-attacks. Despite the impact of such alarms, the paramount importance of the information traveling in the control system networks and its protection is still underestimated.
In this seminar, the protection of industrial control systems for critical infrastructures will be addressed. The Deep Detection Architecture is a modular framework conceived to provide security in the Control Zone and can be implemented in a distributed fashion. It is composed by three main systems, the Deep Detection System (DDS), the Mimepot, and the Decision Support System (DSS). The proposed architecture fills the gap between computer science and control theoretic approaches. To validate the proposed architecture, several tools have been developed and will be presented.

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