Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and operational technology (OT) connected devices can be particularly difficult to secure. Each device added to the network creates a new potential risk. Factor in the inherent complexity of big automated systems and the fact that malicious hackers only need to find one vulnerability to gain access to the entire network potentially – and the challenge becomes clear. Component and system manufacturers, system integrators and operators share responsibilities for cybersecurity. What may not be as easy to understand is how to mitigate these complex security issues.
In this webcast, UL’s cybersecurity experts will discuss various aspects of Industry 4.0 cybersecurity and how you can take actions to mitigate security risks and help ensure compliance with industry standards and regulations. We’ll also talk about how you can use this knowledge to more efficiently approach cybersecurity in Industry 4.0 and help ensure compliance to the IEC 62443 family of standards.
- Discuss potential cybersecurity threats and vulnerabilities in the Industry 4.0 space, within the product life cycle and supply chain
- Learn about Industry 4.0 cybersecurity standards and compliance requirements
- Discuss Industry 4.0 security and compliance strategy and best practices
- Learn how the UL SafeCyber™ platform can help you improve security governance and processes as well as mitigate product security risks
Tues., June 28, 2022
Alexander Koehler, Principal Security Advisor, Industry 4.0 Industrial Control Systems and Energy, UL
David Nosibor, Lead Principal, SafeCyber Platform Lead, UL
Gary Cohen, Senior Editor, CFE Media and Technology
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