Sellersville, PA: The global leader in functional safety, cybersecurity, and alarm management for automation systems, exida, has presented Johnson Controls with their IEC 62443-4-1 Cybersecurity Process Certification.
exida was pleased to work alongside Johnson Controls, the global leader for smart and sustainable buildings, as they obtain this certification. A certification from exida provides their customers with assurance that building technologies and solutions are developed in accordance with the ISA/IEC 62443-4-1 cybersecurity standard. With their commitment to delivering cyber resilient solutions, Johnson Controls may now further reinforce this commitment.
“This certification represents the successful collaboration and teamwork put forth by exida and Johnson Controls to achieve a Secure Development Lifecycle Assurance Certification,” said Brian Pitts, Sr. Director Global Product Security at Johnson Controls. “The process provided by exida enabled us to achieve this prestigious certification that further reinforces the security partnerships with have with our customers and represents our commitment to deliver cyber resilient solutions that are designed for security and privacy.”
“This certification shows that Johnson Controls considers security throughout their product development lifecycle and is capable of developing products that are secure by design” stated Mike Medoff, the Director of Cybersecurity Certification at exida. “Many successful cyber attacks are made possible by products with limited security capabilities and known security vulnerabilities. By following a secure development process, Johnson Controls can minimize the likelihood of successful attacks on their products and systems.”