Today, industrial automation and control systems can be built from standardized hardware and software components. These open systems facilitate integration and reduce dependence on suppliers. Standardized components enable the networking of control systems, production equipment and office IT even over large distances. Integrated communication accelerates production, provides for a clearer overview
and cuts development and operating costs.
The challenge: Open systems are more vulnerable
Since Stuxnet – probably the most famous computer worm – at the latest, we
have been aware that industrial automation and control systems are vulnerable to attacks. How can we protect these systems from malicious attacks, sabotage and espionage? Analyses, assessments and tests play a key role in implementing appropriate security controls against these threats. We at TÜV SÜD assist you in meeting this challenge. We train you how to protect your equipment and processes, to assess vulnerabilities and risks and provide you with knowledge about the latest standards in industrial IT Security.
TÜV SÜD for permanently strong, immunity-inspired systems
The training particularly targets decision makers and staff in IT and the developers of products for the production sector, process engineering and critical infrastructures.
- 09.10.2018 (German)
- 10.10.2018 (English)
- What does information security actually mean?
- Status quo
- Overview of IEC 62443
- Concepts of IEC 62443
- IEC 62443-2-1:Asset Owner (Operator)
- IEC 62443-2-4:Service Provider (System Integrator, Maintenance)
- IEC 62443-4-1:Product Supplier (Product Manufacturer)
- Threat Modelling
- Safety & Security
The training offers ample opportunities to ask questions and discuss relevant Topics!