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Securing cyber-physical systems from cyber attacks


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Securing cyber-physical systems from cyber attacks


About the webinar
Cyber-physical systems (CPS) comprise the backbone of national critical infrastructure such as power grids, transportation systems, and home automation systems, which are highly interconnected and mutually dependent systems.

Such systems support a diverse set of services using a wide variety of Internet of Things (IoT) devices for sensing and actuation. The actions initiated by the service controllers could occasionally lead to conflicts or undesirable, unsafe outcomes both due to inadvertent misconfiguration, attacks on the configuration state, and poorly understood dependencies.

This presentation covers relevant concepts, the state-of-the-art, representative solutions, and open challenges in CPS security. Different types of attack scenarios on the sensing and cyber parts of CPS with recent examples from intelligent transportation and power systems, theoretical aspects and analysis of different mitigation strategies to secure the system from adversarial perturbations will be discussed.

Dr Alireza Jolfaei will compare and contrast the Mitigation techniques and discuss their strengths and weaknesses will be compared and contrasted and practical implementation of each of the algorithms along with future challenges will be described.
About the speaker
Dr. Alireza Jolfaei is an Associate Professor of Networking and Cyber Security in the College of Science and Engineering at Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia.

He is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Distinguished Speaker of the Association for Computer Machinery (ACM). His main research interest is in Offensive Security. He has published over 100 papers which appeared in peer reviewed journals, conference proceedings, and books. Before Flinders

University, he has been a faculty member with Macquarie University, Federation University, and Temple University in Philadelphia, PA, USA. He received the prestigious IEEE Australian council award for his research paper published in the IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security.


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