Module duration: 4 hours
This module gives an overview of main initiatives in the field of IoT security. We focus on two categories: the Government-driven initiatives, such as ETSI 303 645 for the UK, and the market-driven initiatives in the medical devices, industrial and automotive fields. We discuss similarities and differences among these standards, taking ISA/IEC 62443 as a starting point for setting up a cybersecurity framework.
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.
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)
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.