A Two-dimensional Framework of Cognitional Security for Advanced Neuroprosthetics
Gladden, Matthew E.
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In this text we develop a two-dimensional conceptual framework for cognitional security. The first dimension includes nine essential information security attributes or goals for neuroprosthetic devices and device-host systems: confidentiality, integrity, availability, possession, authenticity, utility, distinguishability, rejectability, and autonomy. Each of these attributes relates to the device-host system as understood at three different levels, which constitute the second dimension of the framework; the levels are those of the device’s host understood as sapient metavolitional agent, embodied embedded organism, and social and economic actor. We present this framework in detail and consider its implications for information security for advanced neuroprosthetic devices.
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