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Preliminary Safety and Security Co-engineering Process in the Industrial Automation Sector

Abstract : The Industrial Automation Sector has a long tradition of showing compliance on functional safety. Ultimately, security was taken into account only at production phase and with a reactive approach. However, this domain is experimenting an increasing need to incorporate cyber-security mechanisms and to provide evidences on security-related standards and applying security by design principles. Both domains have their own regulations defining specific life-cycles. In this work we analyzed IEC 61508 (safety-related) and ISA 62443 (security-related) standards to 1) identify commonalities and create a mapping model, and 2) propose a combined process in the context of safety and security co-engineering. Our approach is qualitatively evaluated by experts on the standards and by practitioners of this domain.
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Alejandra Ruiz, Javier Puelles, Jabier Martinez, Thomas Gruber, Martin Matschnig, et al.. Preliminary Safety and Security Co-engineering Process in the Industrial Automation Sector. 10th European Congress on Embedded Real Time Software and Systems (ERTS 2020), Jan 2020, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-02441744⟩



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