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IEC 62443 Cybersecurity Certification Explained: Requirements, Process, and Benefits

Many automation system manufacturers have successfully achieved IEC 62443 certification and others are working hard to get there. This is because automation systems have become a hacker target. An IEC 62443 certification audit includes the development process, network testing, and security resilience. This seminar describes the process and how to get started.

About the Presenter:

Dr. William Goble,
Managing Director, exida  
Dr. Goble has over 30 years of professional experience. He is widely recognized as an expert in programmable electronic systems analysis, safety and high availability automation systems, automation systems new product development and market analysis. He developed many of the techniques used for probabilistic evaluation of safety and high availability automation systems. He was formerly Director, Critical Systems at a successful North American safety company. His principle work responsibilities included strategic planning, market analysis, promotion and business management.

Dr. Goble previously held positions in research and development including computer design, software design and development and engineering project management. Dr. Goble also teaches reliability engineering at the University of Pennsylvania. He has written two widely used books on topics of safety and reliability modeling including “Control Systems Safety Evaluation and Reliability.” He teaches many of the courses and ES35, an ISA professional course on safety and reliability. He is a fellow member of ISA. He has published many papers and magazine articles. Dr. Goble has a BSEE from Penn State, a MSEE from Villanova and a PhD from Eindhoven University of Technology in Eindhoven, Netherlands.