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On the use of fault and attack injection to evaluate system safety and cybersecurity
February 11 - 12:00 - 12:30
On thursday 11th of February at 12:00-12:30, Behrooz Sangchoolie will give a presentation.
Abstract: Manufacturers of automated systems have been allocating an enormous amount of time developing and conducting research on automated systems. A major part of the time spent is dedicated to ensuring that the systems function according to specifications and requirements defined. This is especially the case for safety-critical systems as violation of requirements such as safety and cybersecurity in these systems could be catastrophic. These systems should go through thorough verification and validation (V&V) processes before they are used by end-users.
Fault and attack injection are well-known testing techniques used in different V&V processes. This presentation focuses on two of these techniques, namely, model-implemented and simulation-based fault and attack injection in the context of an ECSEL Joint Undertaking project called VALU3S. As thorough evaluation of systems using fault and attack injection could be time-consuming, the presentation will also include concrete recommendations on ways to reduce the evaluation time.