The interaction among networking, sensing, and control in the modern industry results in a variety of new devices used in many sectors such as health, energy distribution, and transportation. The on-going tendency of exploiting automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies leads to the Industry 4.0. The fourth industrial revolution deals with Cyber-Physical Systems, the Internet of Things, cloud computing, and cognitive computing converging towards the Industrial Internet of Things. To be successful, this new era requires innovative paradigms to ensure the security of provided services and connected systems. In the industrial field, the problem gets more complex due to the need of protecting a large attack surface while guaranteeing the availability of the systems and the real-time response to the presence of threats. In this chapter, we perform an analysis of the existing industrial threats and we present a distributed intrusion detection methodology to deal with attacks affecting the Industrial Internet of Things scenarios.

Bernieri, G., Pascucci, F. (2019). Improving security in industrial internet of things: A distributed intrusion detection methodology. In Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications (pp. 161-179). Springer [10.1007/978-3-030-12330-7_8].

Improving security in industrial internet of things: A distributed intrusion detection methodology

Pascucci F.
2019

Abstract

The interaction among networking, sensing, and control in the modern industry results in a variety of new devices used in many sectors such as health, energy distribution, and transportation. The on-going tendency of exploiting automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies leads to the Industry 4.0. The fourth industrial revolution deals with Cyber-Physical Systems, the Internet of Things, cloud computing, and cognitive computing converging towards the Industrial Internet of Things. To be successful, this new era requires innovative paradigms to ensure the security of provided services and connected systems. In the industrial field, the problem gets more complex due to the need of protecting a large attack surface while guaranteeing the availability of the systems and the real-time response to the presence of threats. In this chapter, we perform an analysis of the existing industrial threats and we present a distributed intrusion detection methodology to deal with attacks affecting the Industrial Internet of Things scenarios.
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Bernieri, G., Pascucci, F. (2019). Improving security in industrial internet of things: A distributed intrusion detection methodology. In Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications (pp. 161-179). Springer [10.1007/978-3-030-12330-7_8].
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