Advances in Information and Computer Security: 9th by Maki Yoshida, Koichi Mouri

By Maki Yoshida, Koichi Mouri

This ebook constitutes the refereed complaints of the ninth foreign Workshop on protection, IWSEC 2014, held in Hirosaki, Japan, in August 2014. The thirteen typical papers offered including eight brief papers during this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from fifty five submissions. the focal point of the workshop was once at the following themes: procedure defense, threshold cryptography, safeguard, origin, and encryption.

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By Maki Yoshida, Koichi Mouri

This ebook constitutes the refereed complaints of the ninth foreign Workshop on protection, IWSEC 2014, held in Hirosaki, Japan, in August 2014. The thirteen typical papers offered including eight brief papers during this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from fifty five submissions. the focal point of the workshop was once at the following themes: procedure defense, threshold cryptography, safeguard, origin, and encryption.

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Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865) In the physical world safety is a primary concern. Even before somebody is allowed to visit a plant, they usually watch a safety training video. Many industrial companies have a large screen displaying the number of days elapsed since the last safety accident. Very few, if any, companies address cyber security concerns in the same way. Security is still traditionally seen as an IT-issue, predominately concerned with protecting emails and the data on the enterprise servers.

Second, we show that cyber-physical systems cannot be secured only by the means of canonical IT security approaches; the physical world of the CPS needs to be taken into consideration. In this respect the cyber-part of a cyber-physical system should not be seen as an infrastructure that needs protection from attacks in cyberspace as this leads to losing view of what is happening in the physical world and whether the system remains safe. Third, we identify novel research challenges which require solutions for improving the security posture of cyber-physical systems.

To do so, an additional interface would be needed for the security administrator to communicate with the process information manager. However, this addition would expose vulnerabilities. Thus, we do not consider implementing any additional communication interface to the VMM. 1 Replacement Target Definition of Process Information. Assuming Linux for x86 or x64, we defined the following as process information: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Process control block Kernel stack Hardware context Page tables Memory used by a process Hiding all of the above information is necessary to make the process completely invisible.

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