Keeping Safety Integrity Systems Resistant to Cyber Attacks

Technological advances that have given rise to functional safety, Safety Integrated Systems (SIS) and the Safety Integrity Level (SIL) mechanism have generally made high hazard industries less dangerous.

However, technology can also be weaponised as the world has witnessed with the increasing frequency of cyber attacks. Since many organisations rely on SIS to maintain safe operations, it is reasonable to ask how vulnerable such systems are to hackers and the efforts of cyber criminals.

Complete the form below to download the whitepaper

Due to new data protection regulations, we are legally obliged to get consent from you in order to contact you. Please fill out the form below and tick the boxes to confirm the ways in which DEKRA can contact you. Legally, you are also required to click on a confirmation link for subscriptions in order to receive our digital services.