Jaspreet Kaur

Jaspreet Kaur
Fraunhofer Institute for Communication, Information Processing and Ergonomics FKIE | FKIE · Building Automation Systems Research Area

M.Sc. Computer Science

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Publications (10)
Book
Written by a team of experts at the forefront of the cyber-physical systems (CPS) revolution, this book provides an in-depth look at security and privacy, two of the most critical challenges facing both the CPS research and development community and ICT professionals. It explores, in depth, the key technical, social, and legal issues at stake, and...
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This chapter introduces the cyber security of smart buildings and their most relevant communication protocols. We explain the fundamentals of a smart building, including their technical components, a brief analysis of their historical developments, the role of smart buildings in smart cities, and known attack cases on smart buildings. Afterwards, w...
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Network covert channels have become a sophisticated means for transferring hidden information over the network. Covert channel-internal control protocols, also called micro protocols, have been introduced in the recent years to enhance capabilities of the network covert channels. Micro protocols are usually placed within the hidden bits of a covert...
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In recent years, the volume and the complexity of data in Building Automation System networks have increased exponentially. As a result, a manual analysis of network traffic data has become nearly impossible. Even automated but supervised methods are problematic in practice since the large amount of data makes manual labeling, required to train the...
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Network covert channels have become a sophisticated means for transferring hidden information over the network, and thereby breaking the security policy of a system. Covert channel-internal control protocols, called micro protocols, have been introduced in the recent years to enhance capabilities of network covert channels. Micro protocols are usua...
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Building automation systems (BAS) are interlinked networks of hardware and software, which monitor and control events in the buildings. One of the data communication protocols used in BAS is Building Automation and Control networking protocol (BACnet) which is an internationally adopted ISO standard for the communication between BAS devices. Althou...
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Building Automation Systems (BAS) are crucial to monitor and control buildings, ranging from small homes to critical infrastructure, such as airports or military facilities. A major problem in this context is the security of BAS communication protocols and devices. The building automation and control networking protocol (BACnet) is integrated into...
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Today’s building automation systems must be capable of dealing with a large number of simultaneously occurring events. Human operators monitor these events in order to maintain situational awareness, to detect physical intrusion or hardware problems, and other irregularities. We transferred the so-called temporal mosaic charts to building environme...
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Different concepts of IT security, like communication encryption, have already been applied to building automation systems (BAS). However, no research is available to mitigate malicious or incompliant network traffic in BAS. Both aspects are covered by traffic normalizers. We present the first work-in-progress research on traffic normalization for...

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