Recently, the interest of the educational community in laboratory- (lab-) based education has grown steadily. As remote and virtual labs have started to be a reliable alternative to traditional hands-on labs, security and safety issues are becoming increasingly important, especially in the case of remote laboratories, as their interconnected nature raises new and challenging issues. When multiple institutions are involved in a federated labs infrastructure, the complexity increases. Since a structured approach to assess safety and security for federated remote labs is missing, this paper aims at clarifying the general requirements to be considered and proposes a general concept for assessing safety and security in federated labs. Firstly, we analyze the current state on safety and security in remote labs by means of a literature review. Secondly, we investigate existing requirements and define operational requirements for a safety and security guideline in federated remote labs. Thirdly, we provide an overview about standardization approaches and existing guidelines and suggest a guideline, which matches our requirements analysis.

Safety and Security in Federated Remote Labs – A Requirement Analysis / Uckelmann, D.; Mezzogori, D.; Esposito, G.; Neroni, M.; Reverberi, D.; Ustenko, M.. - 1231:(2021), pp. 21-36. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 17th International Conference on Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation, REV 2020 tenutosi a usa nel 2020 [10.1007/978-3-030-52575-0_2].

Safety and Security in Federated Remote Labs – A Requirement Analysis

Mezzogori D.;Neroni M.;
2021-01-01

Abstract

Recently, the interest of the educational community in laboratory- (lab-) based education has grown steadily. As remote and virtual labs have started to be a reliable alternative to traditional hands-on labs, security and safety issues are becoming increasingly important, especially in the case of remote laboratories, as their interconnected nature raises new and challenging issues. When multiple institutions are involved in a federated labs infrastructure, the complexity increases. Since a structured approach to assess safety and security for federated remote labs is missing, this paper aims at clarifying the general requirements to be considered and proposes a general concept for assessing safety and security in federated labs. Firstly, we analyze the current state on safety and security in remote labs by means of a literature review. Secondly, we investigate existing requirements and define operational requirements for a safety and security guideline in federated remote labs. Thirdly, we provide an overview about standardization approaches and existing guidelines and suggest a guideline, which matches our requirements analysis.
17th International Conference on Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation, REV 2020
usa
2020
1231
21
36
Uckelmann, D.; Mezzogori, D.; Esposito, G.; Neroni, M.; Reverberi, D.; Ustenko, M.
Safety and Security in Federated Remote Labs – A Requirement Analysis / Uckelmann, D.; Mezzogori, D.; Esposito, G.; Neroni, M.; Reverberi, D.; Ustenko, M.. - 1231:(2021), pp. 21-36. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 17th International Conference on Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation, REV 2020 tenutosi a usa nel 2020 [10.1007/978-3-030-52575-0_2].
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