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IIoT cybersecurity

The ever-growing ubiquity of connected devices brings with it growth in the importance of cybersecurity in protecting people’s digital personas, personal data and business.

An increasingly indispensable element of the digital world, Cybersecurity will only continue to become more important to ensure confidentiality, integrity and availability of information, and new regulations come into effect.

The growth in demand for Cybersecurity in consumer products brings with it new challenges. How can businesses ensure their products are compliant with new regulations? How can they verify the robustness of products against cyberattack? What should risk assessments cover? What are the differences in Cybersecurity between IoT, Medical Devices, Automotive and Industrial applications?

We are excited to announce our Cybersecurity Insights Series, in which we will be covering a range of topics across the field in a series of webinars – starting in November 2022.


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Industrial Cybersecurity relates to connected devices within industrial plants or fields. These can include small devices for personal use, or larger systems controlling industrial processes.

The nature of Industrial systems are that update cycles are often much longer than other consumer devices meaning that vulnerabilities can be exploited and often have a greater negative impact. Effective responses and adaptations to new challenges are essential for Industrial IoT due to this.

Because of this, industrial products must be secure across the whole life cycle of the product – including out-of-the-box security capabilities, as well as software updates and patch management processes.

This webinar, presented by Shangjyh Lin and Fabian Pendaries, will focus on the importance of Industrial Cybersecurity to businesses, and how it touches multiple fields - including regular consumer IoT devices.

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December – Industrial IoT +
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The EU’s Radio Equipment Directive (RED) includes within its’ scope cybersecurity requirements. These requirements relate to personal data confidentiality, the security of software updates, as well as security against malicious intent in devices found on the same network.

This webinar will focus on how businesses can ensure their products are compliant with RED, and an introduction to the key standards, including ETSI EN 303 645.

Industrial IoT (IIoT) refers to connected devices in industrial applications. Update cycles are longer than consumer devices, meaning vulnerabilities have a higher chance of exploitation.

Bureau Veritas is a leader for IEC 62443 certifications in the field, and this webinar will focus on preparing against IIoT Cyberattacks.

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January 2023 – Medical Devices +
February 2023 – Consumer IoT +
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Connected Medical Devices are becoming more prevalent around the globe – and effective Cybersecurity is crucial. They must achieve certification to multiple standards in order to confirm their clinical safety.

This webinar will help businesses understand how to mitigate risks in medical device Cybersecurity, and FDA/FDR regulations.

The Internet of Things (IoT) has grown exponentially in recent years, with connected devices being found in all facets of life. This means consumers interface with the IoT to an increasing degree, putting personal data at risk.

This webinar will focus on how businesses can mitigate risks and safeguard consumer data, and related new regulations in IoT.

March 2023 – Global Market Access +
April 2023 – Automotive +
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The Global Cybersecurity Market is expected to reach US$479B in 2030, as legislation increases alongside the need for safe connected devices. Manufacturers must ensure secure devices in order to enter new markets.

This webinar will focus on readiness for new regulations and how businesses can build their global markets.

Connectivity is extending across the automotive field, as connected vehicles become the norm. With vehicles expected to have over 300M lines of coding in 2030, there is an increasing risk of cyberattack.

This webinar will focus on the UNECE R155 and R156 regulations in the field as well as related standards – including ISO 21434.

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