Hybrid Threats against Industry 4.0 : Adversarial Training of Resilience
Kaikova, O., Terziyan, V., Tiihonen, T., Golovianko, M., Gryshko, S., & Titova, L. (2022). Hybrid Threats against Industry 4.0 : Adversarial Training of Resilience. In R. Absi, & I. El Abbassi (Eds.), EVF’2021 : 8th International Conference on Energy and City of the Future (Article 03004). EDP Sciences. E3S Web of Conferences, 353. https://doi.org/10.1051/e3sconf/202235303004
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Absi, R. |
DisciplineLaskennallinen tiedeCollective IntelligenceTietotekniikkaOhjelmisto- ja tietoliikennetekniikkaComputational ScienceCollective IntelligenceMathematical Information TechnologySoftware and Communications Engineering
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Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing are associated with the Cyber-Physical-Social Systems populated and controlled by the Collective Intelligence (human and artificial). They are an important component of Critical Infrastructure and they are essential for the functioning of a society and economy. Hybrid Threats nowadays target critical infrastructure and particularly vulnerabilities associated with both human and artificial intelligence. This article summarizes some latest studies of WARN: “Academic Response to Hybrid Threats” (the Erasmus+ project), which aim for the resilience (regarding hybrid threats) of various Industry 4.0 architectures and, especially, of the human and artificial decision-making within Industry 4.0 processes. This study discovered certain analogy between (cognitive) resilience of human and artificial intelligence against cognitive hacks (special adversarial hybrid activity) and suggested the approaches to train the resilience with the special adversarial training techniques. The study also provides the recommendations for higher education institutions on adding such training and related courses to their various programs. The specifics of related courses would be as follows: their learning objectives and related intended learning outcomes are not an update of personal knowledge, skills, beliefs or values (traditional outcomes) but the robustness and resilience of the already available ones. ...
ConferenceInternational Conference on Energy and City of the Future
Is part of publicationEVF’2021 : 8th International Conference on Energy and City of the Future
ISSN Search the Publication Forum2555-0403
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