SAFURE - Safety and Security by design for interconnected mixed-critical cyberphysical systems

SAFURE - Safety and Security by design for interconnected mixed-critical cyberphysical systems (Booth: EP 7)

Contact: SAFURE Coordinator Contact


TECHNIKON Forschungs- und Planungsgesellschaft Burgplatz 3a, 9500 Villach
Austria

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E-Mail: coordination@safure.eu
Website: www.safure.eu

The project SAFURE targets the design of cyber-physical systems by implementing a methodology that ensures safety and security "by construction". This methodology is enabled by a framework developed to extend system capabilities so as to control the concurrent effects of security threats on the system behaviour.

The goals of the SAFURE project are

- to implement a holistic approach to safety and security of embedded dependable systems, preventing and detecting potential attacks,

- to empower designers and developers with analysis methods, development tools and execution capabilities that jointly consider security and safety, and

- to set the ground for the development of SAFURE-compliant mixed-critical embedded products.

The results of SAFURE will be

- a framework with the capability to detect, prevent and protect from security threats on safety, the ability to monitor system integrity from application level down to the hardware level including time, energy, temperature and data integrity;

- a methodology that supports the joint design of safety and security of embedded systems, assisting the designers and developers with tools and modeling language extensions;

- proof of concept through 3 industrial use cases in automotive and telecommunications;

- recommendations for extensions of standards to integrate security on safety-critical systems;

- specifications to design and develop SAFURE-compliant products.

The SAFURE consortium brings together 12 partners, spread over 6 European countries and comprises basic research and service design with applied research and end-user oriented service.