Visible to the public Designing Secure and Resilient Embedded Avionics Systems

TitleDesigning Secure and Resilient Embedded Avionics Systems
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsLi, J. H., Schafer, D., Whelihan, D., Lassini, S., Evancich, N., Kwak, K. J., Vai, M., Whitman, H.
Conference Name2018 IEEE Cybersecurity Development (SecDev)
Keywordsaerospace computing, Aerospace electronics, avionics, avionics community, avionics domains, composability, Computer architecture, cyber resources, cyber security principles, Embedded systems, Laboratories, Metrics, Program processors, pubcrawl, Real-time Systems, Resiliency, resilient embedded avionics systems, Safety, safety oriented principles, security, security of data, security principles, UAS, unmanned aerial systems
Abstract

Over the past decade, the reliance on Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) to carry out critical missions has grown drastically. With an increased reliance on UAS as mission assets and the dependency of UAS on cyber resources, cyber security of UAS must be improved by adopting sound security principles and relevant technologies from the computing community. On the other hand, the traditional avionics community, being aware of the importance of cyber security, is looking at new architecture and designs that can accommodate both the traditional safety oriented principles as well as the cyber security principles and techniques. It is with the effective and timely convergence of these domains that a holistic approach and co-design can meet the unique requirements of modern systems and operations. In this paper, authors from both the cyber security and avionics domains describe our joint effort and insights obtained during the course of designing secure and resilient embedded avionics systems.

URLhttps://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8543407
DOI10.1109/SecDev.2018.00035
Citation Keyli_designing_2018