Developing a Methodology for Deeply Embedded Security in Real-Time Systems
- funded by: ARO through SOSI
- funding level: ~ $140,000 for Mueller in Y1+Y2
- duration: 08/01/2008 - 07/31/2010
- PI: Frank Mueller, external collaborator: Sibin Mohan (UIUC)
Embedded real-time systems generally lack software security support,
yet these systems are increasingly deployed in a networked manner.
In such systems, compromised systems may malfunction with potentially
catastrophic effects. We propose to develop a methodology to
integrate timing-based security into real-time systems at multiple
levels, study the cost and benefits of each technique and hybrids, and
transfer this knowledge to selected embedded application areas.
"Time-Based Intrusion Detection in Cyber-Physical Systems" by
Christopher Zimmer, Frank Mueller in
International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems, Apr 2010
Detection in Cyber-Physical Systems"
by C. Zimmer, B. Balasubramanya, F. Mueller,
, refereed work-in-progress RTSS, Dec 2009, accepted.
"Cyber Security for Power Grids"
by F. Mueller, S. Bhattacharya and C. Zimmer
in Workshop on Workshop on Cyber-physical Systems Security, Jul 2009.
Time-Based Intrusion Detection in Cyber-Physical Systems
by C. Zimmer, B. Balasubramanya, F. Mueller, S. Mohan
, refereed work-in-progress ECRTS, Jul 2009, pages 21-24.