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CyberFactory#1 - July Edition
 
Dear CyberFactory#1 community,
 
Before partners head (or have been heading already) into their much deserved summer break, they have been busy in the preparation and attendance of strategy meeting No. 6 in the beginning of July. The workshops and general assembly were conducted in a hybrid format with a few partners present in Porto and the rest joing virtually. Work was done on the three active working packages modelling, optimization and resilience. while the work package integration and demonstration was offcially launched. 
 
The first project results have already been published in various formats including peer reviewed academic journals and can be consulted in our personal summer reading list
 
  • Sailio, M.; Latvala, O.-M.; Szanto, A. Cyber Threat Actors for the Factory of the Future. Appl. Sci. 2020, 10, 4334.
  • Bécue, A.; Maia, E.; Feeken, L.; Borchers, P.; Praça, I. A New Concept of Digital Twin Supporting Optimization and Resilience of Factories of the Future. Appl. Sci. 2020, 10, 4482.
  • Glawe, M.; Feeken, L.; Kao, C.-Y.; Mirzaei, E.; Szanto, A.; Weinhold, T.; Wudka, B.: Towards resilient Factories of Future – Defining required capabilities for a resilient Factory of Future, in: Conference Paper Automation 2020, VDI-Berichte Nr. 2375, 2020.
 
All three papers deal with diverse aspects on how to make the FoF more secure and resilient while also dealing with a new and ever changing threat landscape.
 
This newsletter is going in a little summer break before coming back with more project updates in September. We wish everyone a good summer!
 
Yours sincerely & stay healthy,
CyberFactory#1 
 
PS: As usually, your questions and feedback are always welcome at info@cyberfactory-1.org.
 
 
 
 
Cyber Threat Actors for the Factory of the Future
 
One of two papers accepted in the special issue of Applied Sciences on Cyber Factories – partners from the Brandenburg Institute of Society and Security (BIGS) and VTT –examined various reports by renowned institutions, authorities and companies worldwide with regard to the lack of common definitions of cyber threat actors (CTA) and observed that competitors, in particular, are hardly noticed as threat actors in the increasingly networked environment such as the FoF, even though they represent a major challenge.
 
Link
 
 
 
A New Concept of Digital Twin Supporting Optimization and Resilience of Factories of the Future
 
Our second accpeted paper in the spcecial issue is from partners of Airbus France, ISEP and OFFIS. They looked at the role of digital twins within the context of the FoF and offer insights on how to address limitations of existing models such as human factors and interdependencies between different production assets. Their proposal is a holistic model of a digital twin. 
 
Link
 
 
 
Towards resilient Factories of Future - Defining required capabilities for a resilient Factory of Future
 
On the digital held VDI conference „Automation 2020“ our colleagues from the German consortium presented insights to the definition of Use-Cases as well as Misuse-Cases, requirements for the FoF and the development plan generated by the German CyberFactory#1 partners as part of the international research project. The talk was based on a conference paper by the German consortium. 
 
Link (Paper)
 
 
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