Improving Security for SCADA Sensor Networks with Reputation Systems and Self-Organizing Maps
AbstractThe reliable operation of modern infrastructures depends on computerized systems and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, which are also based on the data obtained from sensor networks. The inherent limitations of the sensor devices make them extremely vulnerable to cyberwarfare/cyberterrorism attacks. In this paper, we propose a reputation system enhanced with distributed agents, based on unsupervised learning algorithms (self-organizing maps), in order to achieve fault tolerance and enhanced resistance to previously unknown attacks. This approach has been extensively simulated and compared with previous proposals. View Full-Text
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Moya, J.M.; Araujo, Á.; Banković, Z.; De Goyeneche, J.-M.; Vallejo, J.C.; Malagón, P.; Villanueva, D.; Fraga, D.; Romero, E.; Blesa, J. Improving Security for SCADA Sensor Networks with Reputation Systems and Self-Organizing Maps. Sensors 2009, 9, 9380-9397.
Moya JM, Araujo Á, Banković Z, De Goyeneche J-M, Vallejo JC, Malagón P, Villanueva D, Fraga D, Romero E, Blesa J. Improving Security for SCADA Sensor Networks with Reputation Systems and Self-Organizing Maps. Sensors. 2009; 9(11):9380-9397.Chicago/Turabian Style
Moya, José M.; Araujo, Álvaro; Banković, Zorana; De Goyeneche, Juan-Mariano; Vallejo, Juan Carlos; Malagón, Pedro; Villanueva, Daniel; Fraga, David; Romero, Elena; Blesa, Javier. 2009. "Improving Security for SCADA Sensor Networks with Reputation Systems and Self-Organizing Maps." Sensors 9, no. 11: 9380-9397.