Cyber Security for Industrial Control Systems: From the Viewpoint of Close-Loop provides a comprehensive technical guide on up-to-date new secure defending theories and technologies, novel design, and systematic understanding of secure architecture with practical applications. The book consists of 10 chapters, which are divided into three parts.
The first three chapters extensively introduce secure state estimation technologies, providing a systematic presentation on the latest progress in security issues regarding state estimation. The next five chapters focus on the design of secure feedback control technologies in industrial control systems, displaying an extraordinary difference from that of traditional secure defending approaches from the viewpoint of network and communication. The last two chapters elaborate on the systematic secure control architecture and algorithms for various concrete application scenarios.
The authors provide detailed descriptions on attack model and strategy analysis, intrusion detection, secure state estimation and control, game theory in closed-loop systems, and various cyber security applications. The book is useful to anyone interested in secure theories and technologies for industrial control systems.
SECURE STATE ESTIMATION. A Game—Theoretic Approach to Jamming Attacks. Secure State Estimation against Stealthy Attack. Secure State Estimation in Industrial Control Systems. RESILIENT CONTROL THEORY. Best DoS Attack Policy against Wireless Systems. Specification-Based FDI Detection Technique. Resilient Control System Hierarchical Architectures. Topology Control in Secure WSNs. Resilient Distributed Control in Energy CPSs. SECURITY ISSUES IN APPLICATION FIELDS. Resilient Control of Operator-Vehicle Networks. Privacy-Preserving Data Access Control.