Compliance with the NIS Directive via IEC 62443
A few weeks from now, the Network & Information Security (NIS) Directive will be implemented into law in all EU member states. The directive is a pioneer initiative in the European Union and aims to increase the levels of cyber security across sectors deemed vital for the economy and for society in general. No doubt 2018 will be a challenging year for operators of critical infrastructures and services. On the brink of implementation, there are still uncertainties as to how compliance can be achieved, making this a pressing issue for asset owners, system integrators and product suppliers involved in industrial automation and control systems (IACS).
If your business qualifies as an operator in the value chain of essential services, chances are compliance with the IEC 62443 series of standards is the way to go. On April 10, DEKRA and Applied Risk will show you how.