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|Title:||Enforcing behavioural profiles through Software-Defined Networks in the Industrial Internet of Things|
|Authors:||MATHEU GARCIA SARA NIEVES; MOLINA ZARCA ALEJANDRO; HERNANDEZ RAMOS JOSE LUIS; BERNAL BERNABE JORGE; SKARMETA ANTONIO|
|Citation:||APPLIED SCIENCES-BASEL vol. 9 no. 21 p. 4576|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||The fourth industrial revolution is being mainly driven by the integration of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to support the development lifecycle of systems and products. Despite the well-known advantages for the industry, an increasingly pervasive industrial ecosystem could make such devices an attractive target for potential attackers. Recently, the Manufacturer Usage Description (MUD) standard enables manufacturers to specify the intended use of their devices, thereby restricting the attack surface of a certain system. In this direction, we propose a mechanism to manage securely the obtaining and enforcement of MUD policies through the use of a Software-Defined Network (SDN) architecture. We analyze the applicability and advantages of the use of MUD in industrial environments based on our proposed solution, and provide an exhaustive performance evaluation of the required processes.|
|JRC Directorate:||Space, Security and Migration|
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