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Computer Science > Cryptography and Security

Title: Human Factors in Biocybersecurity Wargames

Abstract: Within the field of biocybersecurity, it is important to understand what vulnerabilities may be uncovered in the processing of biologics as well as how they can be safeguarded as they intersect with cyber and cyberphysical systems, as noted by the Peccoud Lab, to ensure not only product and brand integrity, but protect those served. Recent findings have revealed that biological systems can be used to compromise computer systems and vice versa. While regular and sophisticated attacks are still years away, time is of the essence to better understand ways to deepen critique and grasp intersectional vulnerabilities within bioprocessing as processes involved become increasingly digitally accessible. Wargames have been shown to be successful with-in improving group dynamics in response to anticipated cyber threats, and they can be used towards addressing possible threats within biocybersecurity. Within this paper, we discuss the growing prominence of biocybersecurity, the importance of biocybersecurity to bioprocessing , with respect to domestic and international contexts, and reasons for emphasizing the biological component in the face of explosive growth in biotechnology and thus separating the terms biocybersecurity and cyberbiosecurity. Additionally, a discussion and manual is provided for a simulation towards organizational learning to sense and shore up vulnerabilities that may emerge within an organization's bioprocessing pipeline
Subjects: Cryptography and Security (cs.CR); General Literature (cs.GL)
Cite as: arXiv:2005.02135 [cs.CR]
  (or arXiv:2005.02135v1 [cs.CR] for this version)

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From: Xavier-Lewis Palmer [view email]
[v1] Sat, 18 Apr 2020 00:49:47 GMT (271kb)
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