Cyber security of industrial control and safety instrumented systems
Cyber security is a term used to define measures taken to protect Industrial Automation and Control Systems (IACS) and Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) against threats to security through accidental circumstances, actions or events, or through deliberate malicious attack. Threats can originate from the internet, corporate networks, maintenance activities, software upgrades, or unauthorised access. Threats have the potential to result in incidents with major health, safety, environmental and commercial consequences.
This online self-paced course outlines cyber security requirements of the latest international standards, and includes advice on how to plan and develop a cyber security management system and conduct initial risk assessment for cyber threats.
- Completion Time: 1 hour
- Assessment: 10 Questions
- Certificate: eFunctionalSafety
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Course Author: Jon Keswick, CFSE.