Cyber digital twins are digital representations of the cyber-physical systems (CPS) that make up the Internet of Things (IoT). These systems consist of physical objects that are connected to the internet and equipped with sensors and other devices that enable them to communicate and exchange data with other systems and devices.
Cyber digital twins allow organizations to monitor and manage the operation and performance of their CPS in real time, and to identify and address potential issues before they become major problems. They can be used to optimize the operation of CPS, such as by identifying bottlenecks in the system or improving the efficiency of the sensors and devices that make up the system.
In addition to providing real-time monitoring and management of CPS, cyber digital twins can also be used for security and compliance simulation and analysis, allowing organizations to test and optimize the operation of their CPS under different scenarios and conditions. This can help organizations to better understand how their CPS will perform in the real world and to identify potential security problems before they occur.