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Security, privacy, safety, reliability, and resilience capabilities.

Data Encryption

Ability

The ability to convert Digital Twin data from a readable format into an encoded format that can be used to transfer data securely. It also includes the ability to decrypt the data in order to read or process the data once it reaches its destination.

Purpose

The purpose of data encryption protect digital data confidentiality as it is stored in a Digital Twin system, accessed and transmitted.

Device Security

Ability

The ability to enforce authenticated and authorized access to IoT device data through identity management, role-based access, encryption, and policies.

Purpose

The purpose is to control access to device data by having the appropriate privileges and enforcement framework for users and programs.

Security

Ability

The ability to protected Digital Twins from unintended or unauthorized access, change or destruction. Security concerns equipment, systems and information, ensuring availability, integrity and confidentiality of information.

Purpose

The purpose is to ensure a Digital Twin is protected from unintended or authorized access, change or destruction.

Privacy

Ability

The ability to enable the rights of individuals that interact with Digital Twins to control or influence what information related to them may be collected and stored and by whom and to whom that information may be disclosed.

Purpose

The purpose of privacy is to ensure the rights of individuals with regards to data collection, storage and use is respected and enforced.

Safety

Ability

The ability to operate digital twins without causing unacceptable risk of physical injury or damage to the health of people, either directly, or indirectly as a result of damage to property or to the environment.

Purpose

The purpose is to ensure a Digital Twin is operating safely without causing an unacceptable risk to safety.

Reliability

Ability

The ability of a Digital Twin system or component to perform its required functions under stated conditions for a specified period of time. This includes expected levels of performance, QoS, functional availability and accuracy.

Resilience

Ability

The ability of a Digital Twin system or component to maintain an acceptable level of service in the face of disruption. This includes the ability to recover lost capacity in a timely manner (using a more or less automated procedure), or to reassign workloads and functions.

Purpose

The purpose is to ensure a Digital Twin is able to operate and maintain an acceptable level of service when disrupted.