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International Journal of Wireless and Microwave Technologies(IJWMT)

ISSN: 2076-1449 (Print), ISSN: 2076-9539 (Online)

Published By: MECS Press

IJWMT Vol.1, No.5, Oct. 2011

A Trust Evaluation Model for Industrial Control Ethernet Network

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Author(s)

ZHOU Sen-xin,HAN Jiang-hong,TANG Hao

Index Terms

Trusted industrial control ethernet network,Security, Controllability, Survivability, Trust Model

Abstract

Industrial control ethernet networks are more impotant in connecting with equipments each other of enterprise comprehensive automation and integrating information. With the explosive growth of network techniques, the traditional control networks can no longer satisfy the security demands on network connectivity, data storage and information exchanges.New types of networks emerged in recent years in order to provide solutions for the increasing requirements on networked services. We propose a trust evaluation model for industrial control ethernet network . Our study shows the importance and necessity of applying theoretical analyses to understand the complex characteristics of trusted industrial control ethernet networks.

Cite This Paper

ZHOU Sen-xin,HAN Jiang-hong,TANG Hao,"A Trust Evaluation Model for Industrial Control Ethernet Network", IJWMT, vol.1, no.5, pp.60-66, 2011.

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