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International Journal of Engineering and Manufacturing(IJEM)

ISSN: 2305-3631 (Print), ISSN: 2306-5982 (Online)

Published By: MECS Press

IJEM Vol.10, No.2, Apr. 2020

Industry 4.0: The Oil and Gas Sector Security and Personal Data Protection

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Author(s)

Tahmasib Fataliyev, Shakir Mehdiyev

Index Terms

Industry 4.0, Internet of things, cyber-physical systems, oil and gas sector security, personal data; protection of personal information.

Abstract

Industry 4.0 is directly connected to the Internet of things, cyber-physical systems, artificial intelligence, robotics and other advanced technologies. It is these technologies that made fully automated digital production, controlled by intelligent systems in real-time with constant interaction via the Internet, a reality. They turned the production system into a “smart network factory”, where all activities are digitally controlled, and the use of financial and material resources becomes more efficient. Along with this, in Industry 4.0, a significant increase in data volumes brought to the forefront data protection issues, including in such a sensitive area as personal data. Illegitimate methods of using personal data to obtain additional preferences have become the goal of some communities of people. Video surveillance data are an integral part of personal data, therefore protection of personal data processed in video surveillance systems has been given increased attention. The video surveillance system includes video cameras, information and communication channels for data transmission, processing devices, analytics and personal data storage. The proposed model is a subsystem of smart video surveillance in the oil and gas sector, that consisting of such subsystems as a smart field, smart grid, smart maintenance, smart transportation, smart security, etc. Conceptual tasks are considered and recommendations for their solution are given.

Cite This Paper

Tahmasib Fataliyev, Shakir Mehdiyev. “Industry 4.0: The Oil and Gas Sector Security and Personal Data Protection", International Journal of Engineering and Manufacturing(IJEM), Vol.10, No.1, pp.1-14, 2020. DOI: 10.5815/ijem.2020.02.01

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