Overview on IoT security standards

Module duration: 4 hours

Module overview

This module gives an overview of main initiatives in the field of IoT security. For instance, standard 62443-4 (parts 4-1 and 4-2) is presented as a starting point for setting up a cyber security framework. Subsequently, we discuss similarities and differences between the standard ISA/IEC 62443 and other two security standards, specifically designed for network-connectable products: UL 2900 and ETSI 303 645.

Objective of this module

The goal of the module is to address security topics for industrial components leveraging on the ISA/IEC 62443, and other standards. These standards are designed for network-connectable product development and relative security assessment. This module gives a comparison among them, highlighting differences and similarities.

What you will learn:

• How to apply security concepts to the industrial context

• A first section about ISA/IEC 62443 standard, and its parts relevant for component development

• The key ideas in the ISA/IEC 62443 series of standards

• An introduction about UL 2900 and ETSI 303 645

• A comparison among the presented standards

You will cover:

This module focuses on standards in the field of IoT security. It follows the structure given by the national market demand.

• UK (ETSI 303 645) and US markets
• An overview about standards ISA/IEC 62443 and UL 2900 (and others)

This module is
intended for:

The module is targeted at professionals working for companies that deliver components (embedded devices, sw applications, hosts, network devices) used in IoT industrial contexts, who wish to have a more extensive knowledge about standards for IoT security.

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