Attacks on cyber-physical systems (CPS) continue to grow in frequency. However, cybersecurity academics and practitioners have so far focused primarily on computer systems and networks rather than CPS. Given the alarming frequency with which cybercriminals attack CPS and the unique cyber-physical relationship in CPS, we propose that CPS security needs go beyond what purely computer and network security requires. Thus, we require more focused research on cybersecurity based on the cyber-physical relationship between various CPS components. In this paper, we stock of the current state of CPS security and identify research opportunities for information systems (IS) academics.
Kumar, C., Marston, S., & Sen, R. (2020). Cyber-physical Systems (CPS) Security: State of the Art and Research Opportunities for Information Systems Academics. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 47, pp-pp. https://doi.org/10.17705/1CAIS.04731
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