In-depth training IEC 62443: The protection of operating facilities against cyberthreats requires the cooperation of all involved actors: asset owners and operators, service providers for integration or maintenance, and product suppliers.
You experience how the concepts and contents of ISA/IEC 62443 can be used for the protection of operating facilities. The instructor will help you step by step through the elements of holistic Security Protection Schemes. You will learn about the contributions of product suppliers, service providers and asset owners in each phase of the life cycle of an operating facility.
Asset owners: Manager of operating facilities, Responsible for IT networks of operating facilities, CISO / ISO / Responsible for cybersecurity of operating facilities, Responsible for policies and procedures
Service providers: System architects, Project leaders, CISO / ISO / Responsible for cybersecurity in projects, Responsible for policies and procedures
Product suppliers: CISO / ISO / Responsible for cybersecurity in development
Asset owners get to know which support they can request from service providers and product suppliers. Also how to protect their operating facilities, and which is their own contribution.
Service providers experience which capabilities regarding processes and technologies are necessary for developing risk-based protection concepts. They also learn about their activities and the scope of their responsibilities in the development of a Security Protection Scheme. The contributions of product suppliers to support the development and operation of Security Protection Schemes will be described.
The instructor of In-depth training IEC 62443, is Dr. Pierre Kobes. He is author of the book “Guideline Industrial Security – IEC 62443 is easy!”.
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Program (the program is subject to change)
Registration / Coffee
Introduction, Overview of ISA-99 and IEC 62443
Basic concepts of IEC 62443
- What constitutes an IACS
- Roles and responsibilities
- Elements of a security program
- IACS lifecycles and product lifecycles
- Risk-based approach
- Security Levels
- Maturity Levels
- Overview of Security Protection Scheme
- Overview of Security Protection Ratings
Basic concepts of IEC 62443 (continued)
Basic concepts of IEC 62443 (continued)
- Security program requirements for IACS asset owners
Relationship betweenISO/ IEC 27001 and IEC 62443
- Security risk assessment and system design
- Security program requirements for IACS service providers
End day one
Wrap-up, summary of day 1
IEC 62443-3-3, IEC 62443-4-2
- System security requirements and security levels
- Technical security requirements for IACS components
- Secure product development lifecycle requirements
Design and implementation of a Security Protection Scheme
- Cybersecurity Requirement Specification
- Design and implementation of technical security measures
- Use of SPR during design and implementation
Design and implementation of a Security Protection Scheme (continued
Validation and operation of a Security Protection Scheme
- Initial validation of technical security measures
- Initial validation of process security measures
- Operation of a Security Protection Scheme
- Periodic revalidation of a Security Protection Scheme
- Update and maintenance of a Security Protection Scheme
- Use of SPR during operation and maintenance
Validation and operation of a Security Protection Scheme (continued)
Simplified use of Security Protection Ratings
- Use of views in specification phase
- Use of views in integration / commissioning phase
- Use of views in operation / maintenance phase
Dr. Pierre Kobes
Dr. Pierre Kobes has a longstanding experience in the automation division of Siemens. He was responsible during the last ten years of its career for cybersecurity standards, regulations and certifications. He influenced significantly the development of the standard series ISA/IEC 62443 and is author of the book “Guideline Industrial Security – IEC 62443 is easy!”.
He is active in German and international standardization committees and propagates a holistic approach for the protection of operating facilities as well as the integration of security in development and production of automation products.
19.09.23 - 20.09.23
Scandic St Olavs
Sankt Olavs Plass 1
- Member kr. 7 300,-
- Non member kr. 10 300,-
Each participant must book their own accomodation.
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From evaluation of the course that took place in June 2022:
- The course was very informative and beneficial
- The content was spot on to my interest in cybersecurity in OT. And also it went in depth in the standard to get an overview. Great instructor!
- Very good course (extensive material but I knew this) Good to get it explained from a person with deep competency