Meeting IEC 62443 - OEM Cybersecurity Threat Analysis with ARCHx
Recording Date: June 2019
Cybersecurity Threat Analysis is the process of creating an abstract model of an automation system in an assumed cybersecurity threat environment in order to identify security problems and mitigation measures. This webinar explains the Threat Analysis method, objectives, and output using the exida ARCHx tool. An example of how one threat might impact an automation component and possible mitigation techniques from the Cybersecurity Knowledge Base will be described.
About the Presenter:
Michael Medoff , CFSE, CISA
Michael is a Functional Safety & Security expert responsible for incorporating industry best practices for the safety and security development lifecycles into a common process. He is certified to perform Achilles certification tests on industrial controllers. He consults with clients on improving their product development process to become compliant with IEC 62443, IEC 61508 and ISA Secure SDLA (Security Development Lifecycle Assurance). Michael holds a Masters in Business Administration from Penn State University, a M. S. in Computer Engineering from Villanova University and a B. S. in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University.