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ICS Testbed Tetris: Practical Building Blocks Towards a Cyber Security Resource

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ICS Testbed Tetris : Practical Building Blocks Towards a Cyber Security Resource. / Green, Benjamin; Derbyshire, Ric; Knowles, William; Boorman, James; Ciholas, Pierre; Prince, Daniel; Hutchison, David.

2020. Paper presented at The 13th USENIX Workshop on Cyber Security Experimentation and Test (CSET ’20), Boston, United States.

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Green, B, Derbyshire, R, Knowles, W, Boorman, J, Ciholas, P, Prince, D & Hutchison, D 2020, 'ICS Testbed Tetris: Practical Building Blocks Towards a Cyber Security Resource', Paper presented at The 13th USENIX Workshop on Cyber Security Experimentation and Test (CSET ’20), Boston, United States, 10/08/20 - 10/08/20. <https://www.usenix.org/conference/cset20/presentation/green>

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Green B, Derbyshire R, Knowles W, Boorman J, Ciholas P, Prince D et al. ICS Testbed Tetris: Practical Building Blocks Towards a Cyber Security Resource. 2020. Paper presented at The 13th USENIX Workshop on Cyber Security Experimentation and Test (CSET ’20), Boston, United States.

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Green, Benjamin ; Derbyshire, Ric ; Knowles, William ; Boorman, James ; Ciholas, Pierre ; Prince, Daniel ; Hutchison, David. / ICS Testbed Tetris : Practical Building Blocks Towards a Cyber Security Resource. Paper presented at The 13th USENIX Workshop on Cyber Security Experimentation and Test (CSET ’20), Boston, United States.13 p.

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