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Performing a Cybersecurity Risk Assessment as a Component of the PHA
22 October 2014
This webinar focuses on a methodology to perform a cybersecurity risk assessment designed to identify potential hazards that can arise from a cybersecurity attack on process control and protection systems. This is done in the context of the functional safety and cybersecurity lifecycles, and the potential process safety, environmental, and financial consequences.
Session: 10:00am - 11:00am EST (GMT -05:00)
Session: 4:00pm - 5:00pm EST (GMT -05:00)
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Hal Thomas, CFSE
Hal Thomas is widely recognized as an expert in functional process safety analysis, including safety instrumented systems and high availability automation systems. He helped pioneer the use of HAZOP, fault tree analysis, consequence analysis, LOPA, and introduction of the SIS work process while at Air Products. He was formerly an Engineering Associate – Process Safety and Technology Manager for Safety Instrumented Systems at Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. His principle work responsibilities included assisting and mentoring process safety and process control engineers in hazard identification, the use of fault tree analysis, LOPA, SIL assessment, SIL verification, leading new technology hazard reviews, as well as to write standards and procedures to promote high quality and consistent results. He is a member of the CFSE Governing Board and is a senior member of ISA. He has authored numerous published papers.