Many emerging threats target AI systems and the human-system interface within CPS. The objective of the Cyber Security facility is to provide post-graduates and researchers with state-of-the-art tools and systems to establish trust relations among IoT devices, edge processors, cloud-based applications and the other components of the CPS ecosystem. It also offers the opportunity to run experiments in a well configured and isolated environment.
In our lab, advanced tools are used to develop an EEG identification system that consists of a hardware implementation of the EEG authentication and identification algorithms. Such system can be used to collect data from EEG sensors, process it and meet the real-time response constraint by using appropriate deep learning techniques to detect the insider attacks in CPSs.
Some of the noteworthy equipment under this facility are:
- Vital Signs readers
- Isolated workstations
- Blades with on-board storage