A new enhanced cyber security framework for medical cyber physical systems
Priyadarshini, I., Kumar, R., Tuan, L. M., Son, L. H., Long, H. V., Sharma, R., & Rai, S. (2021). A new enhanced cyber security framework for medical cyber physical systems. SICS Software-Intensive Cyber-Physical Systems, 1-25.
Medical Cyber-Physical Systems (MCPS) are complex, location-aware, networked systems of medical devices that can be used as a piece of the healing center to give the best medical care to patients. Hence, they integrate human, cyber, and physical elements. Since MCPSs are life-critical and context-aware, they are significant to the healthcare industry, which is prone to data breaches and cyber-attacks. As an emerging research area, MCPS faces several challenges with respect to system reliability, assurance, autonomy and security, and privacy. In this paper, we initially examine the state-of-the-arts of MCPS over the last few decades (1998–2020) and subsequently propose a new framework considering security/privacy for MPCS that incorporates several models that depict various domains of security. An interaction between various models followed with a qualitative assessment of the framework has been carried out to present a detailed description of the proposed framework. It is useful in various healthcare industries like health care services, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, etc. that utilize smart devices. Additionally, the framework may be applied to enhance security in the Internet of Things (IoT) environment. It may be also useful to deploy efficient workflow operations for patients under the consideration framework. The framework will also lay out the foundation for implementing cybersecurity infrastructures in many healthcare applications.