This book comprises a set of chapters that introduce various topics pertinent to novel approaches towards enhancing cyber-physical measures for increased security and resilience levels in control systems. The unifying theme of these approaches lies in the utilization of knowledge and models of the physical systems, rather than an attempt to reinvigorate conventional IT-based security measures.
The contributing authors present perspectives on network security, game theory, and control, as well as views on how these disciplines can be combined to design resilient, safe, and secure control systems. The book explores how attacks in different forms, such as false data injections and denial-of-service can be very harmful, and may not be detected unless the security measures exploit the physical models. Several applications are discussed, power systems being considered most thoroughly.
Because of its interdisciplinary nature-techniques from systems control, game theory, signal processing and computer science all make contributions-Security and Resilience of Control Systems will be of interest to academics, practitioners and graduate students with a broad spectrum of interests.
About the Author
Hideaki Ishii received his M.Eng. degree in applied systems science from Kyoto University in 1998, and his Ph.D. degree in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Toronto in 2002. He was a Postdoctoral Research Associate with the Coordinated Science Laboratory at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, from 2001 to 2004, and a Research Associate with the Department of Information Physics and Computing of the University of Tokyo from 2004 to 2007. Since 2007, he has been the Tokyo Institute of Technology, where he is currently a a Professor in the Department of Computer Science. He held visiting positions at the IEIIT CNR, Politecnico di Torino, the University of Stuttgart, the Technical University of Berlin, and the City University of Hong Kong.His research interests are in networked control systems, multi-agent systems, hybrid systems, cyber security of power systems, and probabilistic algorithms. Dr Ishii has served as an Associate Editor for the IEEE Control Systems Letters, and Mathematics of Control, Signals, and Systems and previously for Automatica, the IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, and IEEE Transactions on Control of Network Systems. He is the Chair of the IFAC Coordinating Committee on Systems and Signals since 2017 and was the Chair of the IFAC Technical Committee on Networked Systems from 2011 to 2017. He serves as the IPC Chair of the 22nd IFAC World Congress to be held in Yokohama in 2023. He received the IEEE Control Systems Magazine Outstanding Paper Award in 2015 and the Humboldt Research Fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in 2014. Dr Ishii is a Fellow of the IEEE.Quanyan Zhu received his B. Eng. Honors in electrical engineering with distinction from McGill University in 2006, M.A.Sc. from the University of Toronto in 2008, and Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) in 2013. After stints at Princeton University, he is currently an assistant professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, New York University. He is a recipient of many awards including NSF CAREER Award, NYU Goddard Junior Faculty Fellowship, NSERC Postdoctoral Fellowship (PDF), NSERC Canada Graduate Scholarship (CGS), and Mavis Future Faculty Fellowships. He spearheaded and chaired INFOCOM Workshop on Communications and Control on Smart Energy Systems (CCSES), and Midwest Workshop on Control and Game Theory (WCGT). His current research interests include resilient and secure interdependent critical infrastructures, Internet of Things, cyber-physical systems, game theory, machine learning, network optimization and control. He is a recipient of best paper awards at 5th International Conference on Resilient Control Systems and 18th International Conference on Information Fusion. He has served as the general chair of the 7th Conference on Decision and Game Theory for Security (GameSec) in 2016, the 9th International Conference on NETwork Games, COntrol and OPtimisation (NETGCOOP) in 2018, and the 5th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Security (ICAIS 2019) in 2019. His current research is supported by NSF, DoD, DOE, DHS, DOT, and DARPA.