Water supply network as the weapon.

W. Adamowski
The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, lubelskie, Poland

Keywords: Hydraulic network systems security.

Maslow's hierarchy of human needs, is represented as a pyramid with the more basic needs at the bottom. The same kind of the pyramid we can observed in security systems. At the top, we have good protection - airports and planes, information systems, political and military targets, and more. But at the very bottom, the level of security looks completely different. In the Maslow's hierarchy, the most important human need is the need for drinking water. Existing water supply network protection systems are at the lowest level of efficiency, i.e. they are at the very bottom of the security pyramid. The presentation of our research team shows how water supply networks can become a dangerous weapon and we will show you how such a weapon can be built and how you can defend yourself against such a weapon using self-diagnosing and self-learning systems. Our technology and products that we have initially developed have enormous defense and commercial potential.