For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in OPC 10000-1as well as the following apply.
A limit on the circumstances under which an operation, such as a read, write or a call, can be performed on a Node.
A digitally signed document that asserts that the subject is entitled to access a Resource.
Note 1 to entry: The document includes the name of the subject and the Resourcebeing accessed.
individual installation of a program running on one computer.
Note 1to entry: There can be several ApplicationInstancesof the same application running at the same time on several computers or possibly the same computer.
Note 1to entry: Different installations of one software product would have different ApplicationInstanceCertificates. The use of an ApplicationInstanceCertificatefor uses outside of what is described in the specification could greatly reduce the security provided by the ApplicationInstanceCertificate and should be discouraged.
Note 2 to entry: also written as ApplicationInstance Certificate
Note 1to entry: ‘Asymmetric Cryptography, also known as "public-key cryptography". In an Asymmetric Encryption algorithm when an entity “A” requires Confidentialityfor data sent to entity “B”, then entity “A” encrypts the data with a Public Key provided by entity “B”. Only entity “B” has the matching Private Key that is needed to decrypt the data. In an asymmetric Digital Signature algorithm when an entity “A” requires message Integrity or to provide Authenticationfor data sent to entity “B”, entity A uses its Private Key to sign the data. To verify the signature, entity B uses the matching Public Key that entity A has provided. In an asymmetric key agreement algorithm, entity A and entity B each send their own Public Key to the other entity. Then each uses their own Private Key and the other's Public Key to compute the new key value.’ according to IS Glossary.
security objective that assures that any actions or activities in a system can be recorded
the tracking of actions and activities in the system, including security related activities where Auditrecords can be used to review and verify system operations
the ability to grant access to a system resource
Note 1to entry: Authorizationof access to resources should be based on the need-to-know principle. It is important that access is restricted in a system.
Note 1 to entry: The AuthorizationServiceis also called STS (Security Token Service) in other standards.
security objective that assures that the system is running normally. That is, no services have been compromised in such a way to become unavailable or severely degraded
entity that can issue Certificates, also known as a CA
Note 1to entry: The Certificatecertifies the ownership of a Public Keyby the named subject of the Certificate. This allows others (relying parties) to rely upon signatures or assertions made by the Private Keythat corresponds to the Public Keythat is certified. In this model of trust relationships, a CA is a trusted third partythat is trusted by both the subject (owner) of the Certificateand the party relying upon the Certificate. CA s are characteristic of many Public Key infrastructure(PKI) schemes
security objective that assures the protection of data from being read by unintended parties
transforming clear, meaningful information into an enciphered, unintelligible form using an algorithm and a key
program designed by an organization to maintain the security of the entire organization’s assets to an established level of Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability, whether they are on the business side or the industrial automation and control systems side of the organization
value computed with a cryptographic algorithm and appended to data in such a way that any recipient of the data can use the signature to verify the data’s origin and Integrity
algorithm for which it is computationally infeasible to find either a data object that maps to a given hash result (the "one-way" property) or two data objects that map to the same hash result (the "collision-free" property), see IS Glossary
security objective that assures that information has not been modified or destroyed in an unauthorized manner, see IS Glossary
protocol used for establishing a secure communication path between two entities in an unsecured environment whereby both entities apply a specific algorithm to securely exchange secret keys that are used for securing the communication between them
short piece of data that results from an algorithm that uses a secret key (see Symmetric Cryptography) to hash a Messagewhereby the receiver of the Messagecan check against alteration of the Messageby computing a MACthat should be identical using the same Messageand secret key
strong and substantial evidence of the identity of the signer of a Messageand of Message Integrity, sufficient to prevent a party from successfully denying the original submission or delivery of the Messageand the Integrityof its contents
random number that is used once typically by algorithms that generate security keys
The right to execute an operation, such as a read, write or a call, on a Node.
the secret component of a pair of cryptographic keys used for Asymmetric Cryptography
Note 1to entry: The core PKI functions are to register users and issue their public-key Certificates, to revoke Certificateswhen required, and to archive data needed to validate Certificatesat a much later time. Key pairs for data Confidentialitymay be generated by a Certificateauthority (CA); it is a good idea to require a Private Keyowner to generate their own key pair as it improves security because the Private Keywould never be transmitted according to IS Glossary. See PKIand X509 PKIfor more details on Public KeyInfrastructures.
A secured entity which an application needs to access.
Note 1 to entry: A Rolemay refer to a specific job function such as operator or engineer.
Note 1 to entry: The keys are typically used for cryptography operations such as encrypting or decrypting messages sent on a PubSubstream.
in OPC UA, a communication path established between an OPC UA Clientand Serverthat have authenticated each other using certain OPC UA services and for which security parameters have been negotiated and applied
branch of cryptography involving algorithms that use the same key for two different steps of the algorithm (such as encryption and decryption, or signature creation and signature verification), see IS Glossary
the mechanism usedby Symmetric Cryptographyfor encrypting and decrypting data with a cryptographic key shared by two entities
Note 1 to entry: This context may include share keys.
the mechanism used by Symmetric Cryptographyfor signing data with a cryptographickeyshared by two entities
Note 1to entry: The signature is then validated by generating the signature for the data again and comparing these two signatures. If they are the same then the signature is valid, otherwise either the key or the data is different from the two entities.
list of Certificates that an OPC UA Application has been configured to trust
standard protocol for creating Secure Channels over IP based networks
Certificatein one of the formats defined by X.509 v1, 2, or 3