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Speaker & Panelists

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Securing Industrial Control Systems: Navigating Compliance and Implementation Challenges of the IEC 62443 Standard

 As the digitalization of industrial environments accelerates, the importance of securing Industrial Control Systems (ICS) against cyber threats becomes increasingly paramount. The International Electrotechnical Commission's (IEC) 62443 series of standards provides a comprehensive framework for the cybersecurity of industrial automation and control systems. However, implementing and complying with these standards pose significant challenges for organizations across various sectors.

This panel discussion brings together experts from industry, cybersecurity, and regulatory bodies to explore the intricacies of the IEC 62443 standard and its application in securing industrial environments. The panelists will delve into topics such as:

  1. Understanding the Key Components of the IEC 62443 Standard: Exploring the different parts and requirements of the standard and their relevance to industrial cybersecurity.

  2. Overcoming Implementation Hurdles: Addressing common challenges encountered by organizations when implementing the IEC 62443 standard, including integration with existing systems, resource allocation, and organizational buy-in.

  3. Navigating Compliance Requirements: Discussing strategies for achieving and maintaining compliance with the IEC 62443 standard amidst evolving cyber threats and regulatory landscapes.

  4. Best Practices and Case Studies: Sharing insights and lessons learned from successful IEC 62443 implementations, including real-world case studies highlighting effective cybersecurity measures in industrial settings.

  5. Future Perspectives: Anticipating the future evolution of the IEC 62443 standard and its implications for industrial cybersecurity, including emerging trends and technologies.

Attendees will gain valuable insights into the practicalities of implementing and complying with the IEC 62443 standard, enabling them to strengthen the cybersecurity posture of their industrial control systems and safeguard critical operations against cyber threats.

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