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found 8 matches
- Wissam Aoudi, Albin Hellqvist, Albert Overland, Magnus Almgren:
A Probe into Process-Level Attack Detection in Industrial Environments from a Side-Channel Perspective. ICSS 2019: 1-10
- Eyasu Getahun Chekole, Huaqun Guo:
ICS-SEA: Formally Modeling the Conflicting Design Constraints in ICS. ICSS 2019: 60-69
- Celine Irvene, Tohid Shekari, David Formby, Raheem Beyah:
If I Knew Then What I Know Now: On Reevaluating DNP3 Security using Power Substation Traffic. ICSS 2019: 48-59
- Thuy D. Nguyen, Steve C. Austin, Cynthia E. Irvine:
A Strategy for Security Testing Industrial Firewalls. ICSS 2019: 38-47
- Md Touhiduzzaman, Adam Hahn, Saeed Lotfifard:
An Distributed Cyberattack Diagnosis Scheme for Malicious Protection Operation based on IEC 61850. ICSS 2019: 21-29
- Varsha Venugopal, Jim Alves-Foss, Sandeep Gogineni Ravindrababu:
Use of an SDN Switch in Support of NIST ICS Security Recommendations and Least Privilege Networking. ICSS 2019: 11-20
- Mohammad-Reza Zamiri-Gourabi, Ali Razmjoo-Qalaei, Babak Amin Azad:
Gas what?: I can see your GasPots. Studying the fingerprintability of ICS honeypots in the wild. ICSS 2019: 30-37
- Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Industrial Control System Security Workshop, ICSS 2019, San Juan, PR, USA, December 10, 2019. ACM 2019, ISBN 978-1-4503-7719-5 [contents]
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