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Resiliency, the Path to Safety II

BAŠTÁN, O. BENEŠL, T. FIEDLER, P.

Original Title

Resiliency, the Path to Safety II

English Title

Resiliency, the Path to Safety II

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper attempts to summarize information related to ensuring system resilience across disciplines. The first part outlines the reasons why the security in current systems is inadequate, generating the need to deepen the knowledge of the second generation of safety (Safety II). The authors also compare the views on safety from the perspectives of the current methods and resilience. Further, the paper also discusses the basic features required for a resilient system and presents the ideal definition of such a system. The final analysis then characterizes the methods to be applied in ensuring the resilience of industrial systems; importantly, this section also provides an example of how the current security scenarios can fail in high complexity systems. In this context, the demands on an industrial resilient control system are outlined, together with how the second generation safety approaches differ from the previously applied concept.

English abstract

This paper attempts to summarize information related to ensuring system resilience across disciplines. The first part outlines the reasons why the security in current systems is inadequate, generating the need to deepen the knowledge of the second generation of safety (Safety II). The authors also compare the views on safety from the perspectives of the current methods and resilience. Further, the paper also discusses the basic features required for a resilient system and presents the ideal definition of such a system. The final analysis then characterizes the methods to be applied in ensuring the resilience of industrial systems; importantly, this section also provides an example of how the current security scenarios can fail in high complexity systems. In this context, the demands on an industrial resilient control system are outlined, together with how the second generation safety approaches differ from the previously applied concept.

Keywords

Safety, Resilience, System security, System design, Industrial systems

Released

25.05.2018

Location

Ostrava

Pages from

468

Pages to

472

Pages count

5

URL

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT148235,
  author="Ondřej {Baštán} and Tomáš {Benešl} and Petr {Fiedler}",
  title="Resiliency, the Path to Safety II",
  annote="This paper attempts to summarize information related to ensuring system resilience
across disciplines. The first part outlines the reasons why the security in current systems is
inadequate, generating the need to deepen the knowledge of the second generation of safety
(Safety II). The authors also compare the views on safety from the perspectives of the current
methods and resilience. Further, the paper also discusses the basic features required for a resilient
system and presents the ideal definition of such a system. The final analysis then characterizes
the methods to be applied in ensuring the resilience of industrial systems; importantly, this
section also provides an example of how the current security scenarios can fail in high complexity
systems. In this context, the demands on an industrial resilient control system are outlined,
together with how the second generation safety approaches differ from the previously applied
concept.",
  booktitle="15th IFAC Conference on Programmable Devices and Embedded Systems - PDeS 2018",
  chapter="148235",
  doi="10.1016/j.ifacol.2018.07.105",
  howpublished="online",
  number="15",
  year="2018",
  month="may",
  pages="468--472",
  type="conference paper"
}