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operating systems . Figure 2 depicts the internals of an industrial controller, which include an ARM processor, COTS integrated circuits for control and communication, RJ45 sockets (Ethernet) for communication over common ICT protocols, as well as several memory chips. The use of COTS components facilitates development and reduces commissioning time, but at the same time enables malicious actors to readily port ICT vulnerabilities to ICS environments, rendering ICS prone to the samedoi:10.1115/1.2017-mar-6 fatcat:chq7iluidfe37duxmdfkm4w26a