This course addresses integration of cyber security into the functional safety lifecycle per the IEC 62443 standards. While cybersecurity introduced many unique activities that are specific to its technology, with respect to the industrial automation control system, including safety controls, alarms and interlocks, there is a synergistic efficiency to leveraging the functional safety lifecycle when implementing cybersecurity in the control world. Participants in this course will progress through the major phases of the Cybersecurity Lifecycle: Assessment, Design & Implementation, and Operation & Maintenance – identifying the necessary inputs and processes to achieve the required outputs for each phase.
What You Will Learn
- How the Cybersecurity lifecycle is applied
- What each phase means to the entire process
- What inputs are required for each step
- What the anticipated output is for each step
- How the lifecycle is applied to ISA/IEC-62443
Who Should Attend
- Control Engineers
- Electrical Engineers
- IT/OT Personnel
- Maintenance / Instrumentation Technician
- Analytical Engineers
- Engineering/Operations Management
- Corporate Risk Managers
- Process Safety Engineers
- Project Engineers
- Other: IT Personnel, Risk Managers
The CSP Exam (Automation Cybersecurity Specialty)
The exida Cybersecurity Practitioner (CSP) program is a certificate program that provides confirmation that an attendee shows competency by retaining the knowledge presented in this course.
The CSP program also provides an analysis of where the candidate’s strengths and weaknesses lie, helping participants judge their competency level if interested in obtaining a certification like the CACE or CACS.
The exam will be given at the conclusion of the training course, and is optional. Therefore if you wish not to participate, please let your instructor know. The candidate must achieve a minimum of 80% on the exam in order to receive their CSP certificate.
Exam fees should be paid on www.exida.com + $200 administration fees