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What Can Be Certified with ISASecure?

The IEC 62443 standards cover a broad set of topics related to cyber security of industrial automation and control systems (IACS). Certification is a way to ensure that suppliers are compliant with the relevant portions of these standard when delivering products and systems to be used in IACS. This webinar will discuss what portions of the standard can be certified by the ISA Secure program, and how these certifications can be used to ensure that IEC 62443 requirements are being met.

Wednesday January 30th, 2019 – 11 AM Eastern
Price: Free!
Format: 30-minute presentation followed by a 15-minute Q&A session


Michael Medoff,
Director of Cybersecurity Certification, exida

Mr. Medoff has over 20 years of experience in industrial systems and instrumentation, and extensive knowledge in real-time software design and management of large development projects. He currently provides independent evaluation, technical training and support to Industrial Automation vendors in the areas of safety, reliability and industrial automation security.

He has a wide breadth in many different aspects of the product development process. He has experience encompassing hardware development, software development, system testing, quality assurance, configuration management, process development and process improvement. Prior to joining exida, he spent over 10 years managing cross functional development teams in the design and support of new products. Prior experience includes hardware development, embedded software development, and project management. He led a development team in the introduction of a safety PLC and was the project leader for the development of I/O modules for a distributed control system.

Mr. Medoff is the task group leader for ISA99 WG4 TG6 which has developed the international standard IEC 62443-4-1 Security for Industrial Automation and Control Systems: Product Development Lifecycle Requirements. In addition, he is a member of the technical steering committee of the ISA security institute and was a key contributor in the development of the SDLA, EDSA, and SSA certification programs.