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Towards the Resolution of Safety and Security Conflicts

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Towards the Resolution of Safety and Security Conflicts. / Menon, Catherine; Vidalis, Stilianos.

Proceedings of the 2021 International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology. IEEE, 2022.

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Menon, C & Vidalis, S 2022, Towards the Resolution of Safety and Security Conflicts. in Proceedings of the 2021 International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology. IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICCST49569.2021.9717390

APA

Menon, C., & Vidalis, S. (2022). Towards the Resolution of Safety and Security Conflicts. In Proceedings of the 2021 International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICCST49569.2021.9717390

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Menon C, Vidalis S. Towards the Resolution of Safety and Security Conflicts. In Proceedings of the 2021 International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology. IEEE. 2022 https://doi.org/10.1109/ICCST49569.2021.9717390

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Menon, Catherine ; Vidalis, Stilianos. / Towards the Resolution of Safety and Security Conflicts. Proceedings of the 2021 International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology. IEEE, 2022.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Safety engineering and cyber security have complementary aims, but typically realise these using different techniques, risk assessment methods and cultural approaches. As a result, the integration of safety and cyber security concerns is a complex process, with potential for conflict. We present a generalized taxonomy of common conflict areas between safety and cyber security, oriented around the development and deployment lifecycle, and supplement this with a discussion of concepts and methodologies for resolution based on the shared principle of defence-in-depth.",
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