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  1. Security of Cyber-Physical Systems and Cross-SDO Collaboration Addressing security challenges on a global scale

  2. ISO/IEC/ITU-T Strategic Advisory Group on Security • Outgrowth of ISO Advisory Group on Security (2004) • Expanded to ISO+IEC+ITU-T in 2005 • First meeting: April 2005 • Initiative of the World Standards Collaboration Terms of Reference • To oversee standardization activities in ISO, IEC and ITU-T relevant to the field of security • To provide advice and guidance to the ISO Technical Management Board, the IEC Standardization Management Board and the ITU-T Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group (TSAG) relative to the co-ordination of work relevant to security, and in particular to identify areas where new standardization initiatives may be warranted. • To monitor the implementation of the recommendations of the Advisory Group on Security Addressing security challenges on a global scale

  3. SAG-S Web Portal Addressing security challenges on a global scale

  4. Standardization Areas with Security Aspects Not a complete list - and ICT Underpins Everything! • Electric grid • Buildings and structures • Ships and marine technology • Aircraft and space vehicles • Fire protection and fire safety • Alarm systems • Food products • Financial services • Nuclear energy • Personal safety – protective clothing and equipment • Design of structures • Societal security • Freight Containers • Air Quality • Intelligent transportation systems • Environmental management • Health informatics • Drinking water supply and water quality • Cards and personal identification • ICT security • Biometrics • Automatic identification and data capture Addressing security challenges on a global scale

  5. Security Must be “Baked In” Addressing security challenges on a global scale

  6. Cyber-Physical Systems ICT is an embedded infrastructure within a larger system. Security requires sound overall system architecture and an integrated approach encompassing both ICT and physical system security Physical Systems ICT Systems Addressing security challenges on a global scale

  7. Example: The Smart Grid Addressing security challenges on a global scale

  8. New Types of Cyber-Physical Threats Addressing security challenges on a global scale

  9. Observations • Overall system security requires sound overall architecture • Interactions between ICT and physical systems must be considered • Security requires co-development of standards for both the physical application and embedded ICT infrastructures • Standards are typically done by different communities • New forms of collaboration within and among SDOs is needed Addressing security challenges on a global scale