Date: 29 Oct 2020, Thursday
Time: 2 – 3.30pm ICT
Across a variety of businesses, from manufacturing and processing plants, to energy suppliers and rail, cyber-physical systems are implemented to improve efficiencies, which deliver unmatched flexibility and innovative business models. But, this new connectivity also translates into a shift in the risk landscape, as cyberattacks are increasing. Against this backdrop, suppliers and system integrators must optimise the cyber resilience of their components and systems by improving development, integration and support processes.
ABOUT INDUSTRIAL CYBER SECURITY AND THE IEC 62443 FOR PRODUCTS AND SYSTEMS
The increasing prevalence of cyber-physical systems has a significant impact on industries worldwide. Across a variety of businesses, from manufacturing and processing plants, to energy suppliers and rail, cyber-physical systems are implemented to enable higher efficiencies, unmatched flexibility and innovative business models. But the new connectivity also translates into a shift in the risk landscape, as cyberattacks are increasing. Against this backdrop, suppliers and system integrators must optimize the cyber resilience of their components and systems by improving their development, integration and support processes.
A security breach involving a connected industrial application can put an entire facility at risk - and the consequences for operations, people and equipment can be devastating.
Vulnerabilities can appear throughout the component or system lifecycle; thus, it is necessary to plan ahead and to implement security from the onset. From specification, to design, production and support, component suppliers need to consider how the cyber resilience of a connected device can be optimized for its entire lifespan. Further down the line, the system integrator must take possible threats of the automated solution into account. Consequently, suppliers and integrators are required to mitigate risk, even when the prospective configuration and the potential threats are still largely unknown. Furthermore, transparency is required for a potential buyer to place trust in the security capabilities of product suppliers and integrators.
IMPORTANCE OF INDUSTRIAL CYBER SECURITY AND THE IEC 62443 FOR PRODUCTS AND SYSTEMS
Aiming to mitigate risk for industrial communication networks, the international IEC 62443 standards provide a structured approach to cybersecurity for all types of plants, facilities and systems across industries. These standards apply to component suppliers, system integrators and asset owners.Through a set of defined process requirements, these standards ensure that all applicable security aspects are addressed in a structured manner throughout the stages of specification, integration, operation, maintenance and decommissioning. Furthermore, these standards foresee that processes are established to facilitate all necessary technical security functions. Adapted to the relevant project scope, IEC 62443 standards lay the foundations for cybersecurity robustness throughout the product and system lifetime. The implementation of IEC 62443 can also boost the competitiveness of the supplier and system integrator: a third-party certification demonstrates to manufacturers, asset owners and operators that the component or system is in line with industry best practice for cybersecurity.
KNOWLEDGE SHARING THROUGH COMPLIMENTARY WEBINAR
To help you understand Industrial Cyber Security and The IEC 62443 for Products and Systems, TÜVSÜD experts will sharing the detail about a save and secured automation systems to protect workers from accidents and companies from cyber security attacks and key differentiator of your business
Date: 29 October 2020
Time: 2 pm ICT
Duration: 1 Hour 30 mins
Speakers: TÜV SÜD’s Experts
POINTS TO BE COVERED IN THIS WEBINAR
- IEC 62443 cybersecurity standards all types of plants, facilities and systems across industries
- Defined set of process requirements for IEC 62443
- How to implement IEC 62443
- Q&A session
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS WEBINAR
This webinar is especially useful and relevant for the following group but not limited to:
- Industrial control engineers
- Asset owners
- Solution providers/System integrators
- Safety Officers
- Senior managements
- IT/OT engineers
- Chief Information Security Officers
- All executives, engineers, managers who may require some basic understanding of automaton safety
- Q&A session
BUSINESS BENEFITS OF INDUSTRIAL CYBER SECURITY AND THE IEC 62443 FOR PRODUCTS AND SYSTEMS
A safe and secured automation systems protect workers from accidents and companies from cyber security attacks. Key differentiator of your business
- Minimise risk – enhance cyber resilience of your products and systems through a structured approach to industrial security.
- Increase competitiveness – demonstrate your security capabilities by implementing IEC 62443 requirements and industry best practices.
- Improve customer trust – apply the globally renowned TÜV SÜD certification mark to confirm your
commitment to cybersecurity.
We strongly recommend that you join this webinar to understand the Industrial Cyber Security and The IEC 62443 for Products and Systems. This webinar provides a starting point for companies to implement industrial cyber security.