Principles of Skeptical Systems

Steve A. Harp and Christopher W. Geib

The high degree of autonomy that is being built into today’s control systems, coupled with their vulnerability to attack at the computer network level, mandates a recasting of the man-machine social contract. We now have the technology and the capability to enable these control systems to entertain "a healthy skepticism" about the validity of the commands being given then and the identity of the issuers.

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