ICS Training for Product Manufacturing

Industrial Cyber Security Training Program according to IEC 62443 for Product Supply
We provide targeted training for personnel involved in designing industrial devices and systems to acquire practical skills on how to apply the IEC 62443 standard to products to be put on the market.

On-the-job training for OT device manufacturers

The goal of our Industrial Cyber Security training is to support manufacturers in acquiring key skills to manage component and system design according to IEC 62443 standard requirements. We provide targeted training programs for personnel involved in the manufacturing process in order to understand the conformity requirements of systems and hardware or software components.

Both online and in-person training days can be organized based on what is needed and the number of participants.
The training program develops on the job, as it theoretically and practically follows company roles through the entire device design stage in conformity with IEC 62443 requirements.

Training sessions are given by our in-house pool of IEC 62443/ISA 99-certified specialists and are based on the pillars of Industrial Cyber Security:

  • General IEC 62443 standard requirements
  • Policies and procedures for compliant industrial control systems
  • Allocating safety levels of components and systems designed in conformity with the standard

The skills acquired during the training course are preparatory both to implement Cyber Security best practices in the design cycle as well as to the possibility of IEC 62443-certifying the industrial components or systems developed.

FAQ

In IEC 62443/ISA 99 terms, an OT system is defined as a “control system,” that is, a hardware or software component intended to be integrated into a final industrial automation and control system. PLCs, HMIs, SCADA systems, and safety instrumented systems are examples of OT systems.

The legislative references in the IEC 62443 standard directed at OT device manufacturers are found in IEC 62443-4-1 and IEC 62443-4-2 regarding the design requirements in conformity with legislation for systems, sub-systems, or hardware or software components.

As defined in IEC 62443-4-1, the manufacturer is required to implement certain cyber security practices when developing the product:

  • Specification of Security Guidelines
  • Security by design
  • Secure Implementation
  • Security V&V Testing
  • Security Guidelines

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Why Choose us

  • Experience in the OT Cyber Security field since 2014
  • In-house OT Cyber Security laboratory
  • In-house IEC 62443/ISA 99-certified personnel (Fundamentals Specialist and Cyber Security Risk Assessment Specialist)
  • Pool of automation and OT network specialists
  • Wide network of collaborations with the main international OT solution suppliers

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