Industrial

Attack Scenarios in Industrial Environments and How to Detect Them: A Roadmap

Abstract: 

Cyberattacks on industrial companies have increased in the last years. The Industrial Internet of Things increases production efficiency at the cost of an enlarged attack surface. Physi-cal separation of productive networks has fallen prey to the paradigm of interconnectivity, present-ed by the Industrial Internet of Things. This leads to an increased demand for industrial intrusion detection solutions. There are, however, challenges in implementing industrial intrusion detection. There are hardly any data sets publicly available that can be used to evaluate intrusion detection algorithms. The biggest threat for industrial applications arises from state-sponsored and crim-inal groups.

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