Cybersecurity in Process Plant Safety

Understand how to prevent Major Accident Hazards (MAH) with robust cybersecurity

Process plants rely on process control systems that often contain computer controllers, networks and PLCs. Since these systems are vulnerable to cyberattack, a robust cybersecurity defence is essential to process plant safety.

Our free webinar on cybersecurity in process plant safety shows you how to identify potential Major Accident Hazards (MAH), evaluate their consequences and establish barriers to keep your plant safe.

You will learn the importance of assessing cyber risk and ensuring your defences are deep and diversified. In addition, this webinar covers the IEC62443 group of standards governing process plant cybersecurity, providing clarification on getting started, ranking safeguards and applying SIL ratings.

Join one of DEKRA’s global experts as they explain the most relevant elements of Cybersecurity in Process Plant Safety and respond to your questions on the topic in this 60 minute (30 mins+Q&A) webinar.

Topics covered

  • Importance of cybersecurity and protection
  • How to choose an appropriate standard
  • Government safety inspector expectations (HSE in UK and document OG0086)
  • Control network drawing
  • How to SIL rate independent safeguards in accordance with IEC61511
  • Cyber assessment report output

Intended audience

This training is designed for anyone involved in or making decisions about HSE functions, from top management and health and safety specialists to stakeholders at every organizational level. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Plant and project managers
  • Process control specialists
  • Risk assessors
  • Line managers and shift supervisors
  • Safety Instrumented System Engineers
  • EPC companies

Dates and times

8th December 2020

  • 10:00 am to 1:00 pm CET
  • 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm CET

Meet the trainer

Clive de Salis - DEKRA  Principal Process Safety Specialist

Clive de Salis is a member of the IEC committee that writes the IEC61508 group of standards that includes the cyberattack standards and the IEC62443 set of standards covering process plant security and safety.

He is a Professional Process Safety Engineer (originally an IChemE Registered Safety Professional which has now become PPSE) and is an internal assessor for those applying for PPSE registration as well as an expert witness in the UK court system.

Clive has extensive experience covering process hazard analysis with well-known tools such as HAZOP and HAZID and has also written/carried out COMAH reports and OBRA analyses (Occupied Buildings Risk Assessment) and Basis of Safety documents covering ATEX and COSHH.

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