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IEEE TRANSACTION ON INDUSTRIAL INFORMATICS

Special Section: Security and Privacy in Industry 4.0

URL:
http://www.ieee-ies.org/images/files/tii/ss/2019/Security_and_Privacy_in_Industry_40__2019-2-19.pdf

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Industries, governments and scientific communities are increasingly drawing
a special attention to competitive advantages that Industry 4.0 can bring
about business sustainability and economy of a country. The tendency to
couple the Information Technologies (ITs) with the existing Operational
Technologies (OTs) adds new opportunities to improve and optimize
operational processes, products and services in which multiple
stakeholders, among them, end-users, can interact with the new industrial
ecosystems to speed up and customize processes. In this sense, Industry 4.0
constitutes a relevant investment source composed of a complex
technological showcase in which multiple connections and accesses can
arise, seriously impacting on the well performance of the different
production and distribution chains associated with smart factories and
manufacturing, smart grid systems, smart vehicles or smart health
environments. This way of connecting entities with the “smart world” and
the interconnection of different Industry 4.0 domains based on the new
paradigms and heterogeneous technologies such as Cyber-Physical Systems
(CPS), Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) or edge computing
infrastructures (cloud/fog computing systems), certainly, opens the door to
coexistence problems and novel exploitations. Diverse vulnerabilities and
risks may significantly grow according to the new adaptations and the
participation of stakeholders, generating a need to further research
protection issues required to safeguard the operational processes and
ensure a secure and resilient and dependable cohesion between IT and OT
systems, including physical entities.

For this reason, industries, governments and scientific communities are
increasingly drawing a special attention to competitive advantages that
Industry 4.0 can bring about business sustainability and economy of a
country. The tendency to couple the ITs with the existing Operational
Technologies (OTs) adds new opportunities to improve and optimize
operational processes, products and services in which multiple
stakeholders, among them, end-users, can interact with the new industrial
ecosystems to speed up and customize processes. In this sense, Industry 4.0
constitutes a relevant investment source composed of a complex
technological showcase in which multiple connections and accesses can
arise, seriously impacting on the well performance of the different
production and distribution chains associated with smart factories and
manufacturing, smart grid systems, smart vehicles or smart health
environments.

The aim of this special issue is therefore to bring together researchers
from diverse interdisciplinary areas of computing and security to cover,
from a holistic point of view, the topics related to secure coupling of the
new ITs with operational networks, without discarding aspects on privacy.

This special section will focus on (but not limited to) the following
topics:

• Security and privacy analysis and requirements in Industry 4.0
• Secure management and governance of Industry 4.0 operational services and
systems
• Vulnerabilities and risk assessment in manufacturing and automation
systems
• Advanced threat models, cyber-crime or cyber-espionage for Industry 4.0
• Dependable and secure Industry 4.0 architectures by design
• Lightweight cryptography and key management in Industry 4.0
• Identity management and access control for Industry 4.0 domains
• Secure interoperability, mobility and coexistence between systems,
including users
• Prevention, awareness and resilience models for Industry 4.0 advanced
threats
• Secure context management and accountability for Industry 4.0 domains
• Data preservation and privacy models for Industry 4.0
• Trust management and trusted computing models for Industry 4.0.
• Secure cloud/fog-assisted manufacturing and predictive maintenance
services

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Important Dates
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* Deadline for manuscript submissions June 30, 2019
* Expected publication date (tentative) November 2019

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Paper Submission Guidelines
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Follow the guidelines in “Information for Authors” in the IEEE Transaction
on Industrial Informatics
http://www.ieee-ies.org/pubs/transactions-on-industrial-informatics .
Please submit your manuscript in electronic form through Manuscript Central
web site: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tii . On the submitting page #1
in popup menu of manuscript type, select: SS on Security and Privacy in
Industry 4.0
Submissions to this Special Section must represent original material that
has been neither submitted to, nor published in, any other journal. Regular
manuscript length is 8 pages.

Note: The recommended papers for the section are subject to final approval
by the Editor-in-Chief. Some papers may be published outside the special
section, at the EIC discretion.

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Guest Editors
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• Prof. Cristina Alcaraz, University of Malaga, Spain - [log in to unmask]
• Prof. Yan Zhang, University of Oslo, Norway - [log in to unmask]
• Prof. Alvaro Cardenas, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA -
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• Prof. Liehuang Zhu, Beijing University of Technology, China -
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