AI-Backed Security and Resilience for Cyber-Physical Systems

Speaker:  Burak Kantarci – Ottawa, ON, Canada
Topic(s):  Networks and Communications

Abstract

As Internet of Things systems become widely adopted, cyber-physical systems offer smarter environments and services than earlier networked systems by leveraging and integrating sensed data from various types of sensors. Despite adopting the benefits of the IoT technologies, cyber-physical systems have various weaknesses due to existing vulnerabilities in wireless networks. With massively connected nodes that push sensed data, the cyber threat surface leaves more nodes as target points to enter the monitoring network. This lecture will consist of the following parts: 1) A brief introduction to the vulnerabilities and countermeasures in IoT and IIoT cybersecurity with a focus on threat models and attacks surfaces, 2) State of the art in machine learning-based intrusion detection in IoT and cyber-physical systems. 3) Adversarial intelligence to anticipate the threats in IoT-based sensing. Here, mobile Crowdsensing as a specific use case of IoT will be considered. 3)Open issues, challenges and future directions in this field are going to be presented for the researchers interested in this field.

About this Lecture

Number of Slides:  45
Duration:  60 minutes
Languages Available:  English
Last Updated: 

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