Cyber security for wireless semantic (SCADA/DCS) systems
by Sahli Nabil; El-Bay Bourennane; Mohamed Benmohammed
International Journal of Systems, Control and Communications (IJSCC), Vol. 7, No. 4, 2016

Abstract: Supervisory control and data acquisition and distributed control systems named (SCADA/DCS) have played a key role in the design of modern power smart applications, particularly in the automatic management of real-time energetic platforms. In this work, we present a semantic cyber security vulnerabilities add to classic one, with the use of semantic embedded application in smart devices in semantic wireless (SCADA/DCS) systems, focusing on the semantic attacks. In this work, we present a new security semantic wireless protocol as a secure communication support for these modern semantic wireless systems named (ZIGBEE/SOAP/SECURITY), obtained by the combination between wireless ZIGBEE protocol, SOAP protocol and the integration of our security mechanism, in the global message header obtained by the fusion between ZIGBEE message and SOAP message.

Online publication date: Wed, 28-Sep-2016

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