Samstag, 12. April 2014

Towards Suppressing Attacks on and Improving Resilience of Building Automation Systems - an Approach Exemplified Using BACnet

A new paper of us got accepted:

Sebastian Szlósarczyk, Steffen Wendzel, Jaspreet Kaur, Michael Meier, Frank Schubert:
Towards Suppressing Attacks on and Improving Resilience of Building Automation Systems - an Approach Exemplified Using BACnet,
in Proc. GI Sicherheit, Vienna, 2014.

Abstract:
Different concepts of IT security, like communication encryption, have already been applied to building automation systems (BAS). However, no research is available to mitigate malicious or incompliant network traffic in BAS. Both aspects are covered by traffic normalizers. We present the first work-in-progress research on traffic normalization for building automation networks exemplified using building automation control and network (BACnet) protocol.

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