Secure Networked Control Systems Design Using Semi-homomorphic Encryption
AuthorLin, Y; Farokhi, F; Shames, I; Nešić, D
EditorFerrari, RMG; Teixeira, AMH
Source TitleLecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences
AffiliationElectrical and Electronic Engineering
CitationsLin, Y., Farokhi, F., Shames, I. & Nešić, D. (2021). Secure Networked Control Systems Design Using Semi-homomorphic Encryption. Ferrari, RMG (Ed.). Teixeira, AMH (Ed.). Safety, Security and Privacy for Cyber-Physical Systems, (1), 486, pp.257-285. Springer.
Access StatusOpen Access
A secure and private nonlinear networked control systems (NCSs) design using semi-homomorphic encryption is studied. Static feedback controllers are used and network architectures are provided to enable control signal computation using encrypted signals directly. As a result, the security of the NCSs is further enhanced by preserving the privacy of information flowing through the whole network. Whereas in traditional encryption techniques, encrypted signals are decrypted before control computation and are encrypted again after computation for transmission. While this is highly desirable from privacy point of view, additional technical difficulties in the design and analysis of NCSs are induced compared to standard NCSs. In this chapter, we provide sufficient conditions on the encryption parameters that guarantee robust stability of the NCS in the presence of disturbances in a semi-global practical sense and discuss the trade-offs between the required computational resources, security guarantees, and the closed-loop performance. The proof technique is based on Lyapunov methods.
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