Industry 4.0 features ad-hoc cooperation between machines, humans, and organizations in supply and production chains. This ad-hoc horizontal cooperation in Industry 4.0 systems is a disruptive step that makes current privacy and trust mechanisms unsuitable as they are built around rigid hierarchical infrastructures. We exploit autonomic component ensembles to describe situations in which the ad-hoc cooperation takes place and tie is to contextual rules for privacy and security. This work is being performed in the context of a bi-lateral (Czech-German) applied research project TRUST4.0.
Results and Artifacts
- TCOOF for Security – A prototype adaptation of TCOOF framework to resolve access permissions (link)
Grants and Projects
- Trust 4.0: Dataflow-based Privacy and Trust Modelling and Analysis in Industry 4.0 Systems, bi-lateral projects between Czech Republic (TAČR DELTA) and Germany (BMBF), 2018 – 2019