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Historically, Industrial Automation and Control Systems (IACS) were largely isolated from conventional digital networks such as enterprise ICT environments. Where connectivity was required, a zoned architecture was adopted, with firewalls and/or demilitarized zones used to protect the core control system components. The adoption and deployment of ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) technologies is leading to architectural changes to IACS, including greater connectivity to industrial systems. This paper reviews what is meant by Industrial IoT (IIoT) and relationships to concepts such as cyber-physical systems and Industry 4.0. The paper develops a definition of IIoT and analyses related partial IoT taxonomies. It develops an analysis framework for IIoT that can be used to enumerate and characterise IIoT devices when studying system architectures and analysing security threats and vulnerabilities. The paper concludes by identifying some gaps in the literature.
In conclusion, having laid out the background including an overview of related terms in section two, we provided a survey of existing definitions of IIoT in section three and developed our own definition which we hope improves on those. In section four we then provided an analysis framework for IIoT devices which provides a practical classification schema for those with an interest in security-related issues surrounding IIoT. The use of the schema has been illustrated by examples at the end of each of the sections describing the six categories. Finally, in section five, some gaps in the IIoT related literature were identified, which we propose should be addressed as part of our continuing research.