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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Analysis of the effects of distributed denial-of-service attacks on MPLS networksGENGE BELA; SIATERLIS CHRISTOSArticles in Journals
2011Analyzing cyber-physical attacks on networked industrial control systemsGENGE BELA; NAI FOVINO Igor; SIATERLIS CHRISTOS; MASERA MarceloContributions to Conferences
2012Cyber-Physical Attacks: The Role of Network ParametersGENGE BELA; SIATERLIS CHRISTOSContributions to Conferences
2012A Cyber-Physical Experimentation Environment for the Security Analysis of Networked Industrial Control SystemsGENGE BELA; SIATERLIS CHRISTOS; NAI FOVINO Igor; MASERA MarceloArticles in Journals
2011Developing Cyber-Physical Experimental Capabilities for the Security Analysis of the Future Smart GridGENGE BELA; SIATERLIS CHRISTOSContributions to Conferences
2012Enabling the Experimental Exploration of Operating Procedures in Critical InfrastructuresSIATERLIS CHRISTOS; GENGE BELA; HOHENADEL Marc; DEL PRA MARCOContributions to Conferences
2012An Experimental Study on the Impact of Network Segmentation to the Resilience of Physical ProcessesGENGE BELA; SIATERLIS CHRISTOSContributions to Conferences
2012A Method to Construct Network Traffic Models for Process Control SystemsGARITANO INAKI; SIATERLIS CHRISTOS; GENGE BELA; URIBEETXEBERRIA Roberto; ZURUTUZA UrkoContributions to Conferences
2013On the Use of Emulab Testbeds for Scientifically Rigorous ExperimentsSIATERLIS CHRISTOS; PEREZ GARCIA ANDRES; GENGE BELAArticles in Journals
2011Theory of Evidence-Based Automated Decision Making in Cyber-Physical SystemsSIATERLIS CHRISTOS; GENGE BELAContributions to Conferences
2011Using Soft Real-Time Simulation in a Hybrid Environment for Cyber-Physical Security ExperimentsGENGE BELA; SIATERLIS CHRISTOSContributions to Conferences
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