Workshop

GI Informatik 2016 Workshop on New Security Standards for Industrial Systems (IACS/SCADA)

Datum und Uhrzeit

27.09.2016, 09:00 - 12:30 Uhr
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Veranstaltungsort

Uni Klagenfurt
Universitätsstraße 65-67
9020 Klagenfurt am Wörthersee, Österreich

Beschreibung

GI/ACM Regionalgruppe Berlin-Brandenburg, lädt ein zur Teilnahme am Sicherheits-Standards-Workshop (in englischer Sprache) für Industrielle Systeme zur Jahreskonferenz 2016 der GI:

http://informatik2016.de/uploads/media/Informatik_2016_Klagenfurt-Flyer.pdf 

Uni Klagenfurt, am 27.9.2016, 9h00 bis 12h30!

The IACS/SCADA-Security-WS aims at Security Standards and Practice for Industrial Systems integrated by a sort of Distributed Middleware I4.0. 

The forthcoming multipart standard IEC 62443-g-p, or ISA99 for 'Industrial Process Management and Control' comprises g.eq.4groups with p.le.4 parts each group.

Group no.1 'General' contains the parts of the terminology used, glossaries, security compliance metrics and a part with use cases; Group no.2 'policy and procedures' contains parts of security management requirements, implementation guidance, patch management etc; group no.3 'system' contains parts of security technologies, security levels for zones and conduits, security level requirements; group no.4 'component' contains the parts of product development requirements, technical security requirements;

the latter part IEC62443-4-2 currently is under discussion by ISO/IEC experts and most probably will be published during 2016 which completes the IACS series.

Keywords: Reference Architecture Model for Industrie4.0 (RAMI), Middleware, Smart City/Grid, Internet of Things (IoT), Industrial Automation and Control Systems (IACS), Supervisory Control and Data Acquistion (SCADA) Systems, Security Standards and Techniques. 

WS-Programme: A short tutorial into Security Standards is given by the WS Co-Chairs.In-depth aspects of this issue is discussed and presented by the invited authors from China, UK and Germany presenting: IEC 62443 Security Standards - Humans, the strongest and weakest link - Integrity Monitoring - Policy-based Monitoring - 3D-Modelling - Graded Security Forensics etc. 

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