MITRE ATT&CK framework for Industrial Control Systems




Purdue Reference Model

Table of content

Chapter 1 – Why a CIM Reference Model? Its Potential Uses and Benefits

Chapter 2 – The Computer Integrated Enterprise

Chapter 3 – The Generic Duties of a CIM System and Their Expression via the Hierarchical Form of the Reference Model

Chapter 4 – The Data-Flow Graph, A Functional Network View of the CIM Reference Model

Chapter 5 – The Implementation Hierarchy View of the CIM System

Chapter 6 – Software Requirements for Computer Integrated Manufacturing Including Computer Aided Software Engineering

Chapter 7 – Data Management Concepts Important in the Reference Model

Chapter 8 – Some Scheduling Concepts and Functional Requirements for the CIM System

Chapter 9 – Communications Concepts and Considerations Important in the Reference Model

Chapter 10 – The Place of the Human Worker in the Manufacturing Plant of the Future


Appendix I – Notes Concerning the Hierarchy Structure For CIM Systems

Appendix II – Development Considerations for the CIM Reference Model

Appendix III – An Example of the Physics View The Generic Production Activity Model

Appendix IV – Definitions of the Field of CIM Reference Models

Appendix V – A Proposed Model of the Enterprise

Appendix VI – List of Members CIM Reference Model Committee

Common Vulnerability Scoring System

Specification document 3.1