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Security Evaluation of Cyber-Physical Systems in Society- Critical Internet of Things

  title={Security Evaluation of Cyber-Physical Systems in Society- Critical Internet of Things},
  author={Viacheslav Izosimov and Martin T{\"o}rngren},
In this paper, we present evaluation of security awareness of developers and users of cyber-physical systems. Our study includes interviews, workshops, surveys and one practical evaluation. We conducted 15 interviews and conducted survey with 55 respondents coming primarily from industry. Furthermore, we performed practical evaluation of current state of practice for a society-critical application, a commercial vehicle, and reconfirmed our findings discussing an attack vector for an off… Expand
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