Networked Security / Industry 4.0

28 September 2016

9:15 - 13:30

CC West, Hall Berlin

Due to the great interest in the trade fair conference, all seats are already taken. The registration is closed.

9:15 Introduction and presentation
R. von zur Mühlen / W. Metterhausen, VZM GmbH

FUTURE SCENARIOS ARE BECOMING INCREASINGLY REALISTIC - INTELLIGENT SOFTWARE AND CONTROL EQUIPMENT ARE CHANGING THE WORLDS OF WORK AND MANUFACTURING

9:25 Industry 4.0 in concrete terms: Intelligent and flexible research factory SmartFactory OWL - Current research status - Practical implementation - Future prospects
Dr. H. Flatt, Ph.D. Eng., Fraunhofer Application Center Industrial Automation (IOSB-INA), Group Leader of Automation and Embedded Systems

• Industry 4.0
- A short introduction to the ideas and the theory
- Current research status
- Innovative application examples from industry
• SmartFactoryOWL, an initiative from the Fraunhofer Society and the OWL University of Applied Sciences
- Basic information
- Examples of applications from the field of assistance systems
• A look at Industry 4.0’s future prospects

SECURITY IN NETWORKED IT SYSTEMS AND NETWORKED PRODUCTION

10:15 Secure networks?
Insights into the digital attacks that are possible today – counter-strategies

Prof. M. Meier, holder of the Chair for IT Security at the Institute of Computer Science at the University of Bonn and Head of the Cyber Security department at the Fraunhofer Institute for Communication, Information Processing and Ergonomics, FKIE.

• IT Security: goals, methods and assumptions
• Techniques for attack and defence strategies
- Target-oriented infection of end systems
- (Modern) exploitation of weak points using code reuse attacks
- Manipulation of internet routing
- Amplifiers for attacks against availability (DDoS)
- Social engineering
• Is “high security information technology” a realistic alternative?

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11:15 Coffee break
11:30 New security concepts for networked production
B. Filipovic, Head of Department for Product Protection and Industrial Security, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied and Integrated Security AISEC

• Investigation into the current level of security
- Susceptibility to attack of industry
- Susceptibility to attack of security technology
• Possible attacks and counter-measures
• Practical example: manipulation of industrial robots
• Practical example: inadequate firmware encryption
• Deduction of measures to improve IT security
• Introduction of the national reference project concerning IT security in Industry 4.0

NETWORKED SECURITY TAKING PREEMINENT PRODUCT EXAMPLES

NEW SECURE OPERATING SYSTEM FOR SECURE NETWORKING

12:30 Networked security taking the example of Genode OS
C. Helmuth, Managing Director of Genode Labs

• Ever-present concerns about viruses, worms, spyware and zero-day exploits
• Where do the problems with established operating systems lie?
• New, from-scratch secure open-source operating system technology
• Modular microkernel operating systems with strong hierarchical isolation
• Clear reduction of the scope for attack of security-related functions
• Live demo

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SECURE WIRELESS DATA TRANSFERS

13:00 Wireless, manufacturer-neutral and secure data transfer in building automation and for security-related applications
H. Adamski, CEO, IP500 Alliance

• What are the demands and challenges for the wireless transfer of sensor data in building automation?
• What type of wireless network makes sense in Industry 4.0 times?
• Why do we need a manufacturer-neutral wireless platform for security applications?
• What are the key aspects of a secure wireless platform?
• In what way do wireless solutions address these key aspects today?
• Examples of networking and interoperability between security-related and convenience applications

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13:30 End of the event

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