A Framework for Measuring Security as a System Property in Cyberphysical Systems
AbstractThis paper addresses the challenge of measuring security, understood as a system property, of cyberphysical systems, in the category of similar properties, such as safety and reliability. First, it attempts to define precisely what security, as a system property, really is. Then, an application context is presented, in terms of an attack surface in cyberphysical systems. Contemporary approaches related to the principles of measuring software properties are also discussed, with emphasis on building models. These concepts are illustrated in several case studies, based on previous work of the authors, to conduct experimental security measurements. View Full-Text
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Zalewski, J.; Buckley, I.A.; Czejdo, B.; Drager, S.; Kornecki, A.J.; Subramanian, N. A Framework for Measuring Security as a System Property in Cyberphysical Systems. Information 2016, 7, 33.
Zalewski J, Buckley IA, Czejdo B, Drager S, Kornecki AJ, Subramanian N. A Framework for Measuring Security as a System Property in Cyberphysical Systems. Information. 2016; 7(2):33.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zalewski, Janusz; Buckley, Ingrid A.; Czejdo, Bogdan; Drager, Steven; Kornecki, Andrew J.; Subramanian, Nary. 2016. "A Framework for Measuring Security as a System Property in Cyberphysical Systems." Information 7, no. 2: 33.
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