Industrial Security for Safety (S4S) – IEC 62443

Industrial Security for Safety (S4S) – Testing and Certification according to IEC 62443 for Industrial Control Systems

Growing digitisation and integration of production equipment and critical infrastructures in networks lead to a significant increase in IT security risks.

For industrial automation and control systems as well as for assembly plants we offer you evaluations and certifications according to the ‘industrial IT security’ standard IEC 62443. This will provide your customers with proof about the level of IT security in your products.

As early as in 2014 SGS-TÜV Saar launched a testing and certification program according to IEC 62443 and has been awarded corresponding DAkkS accreditation. Based on this standard companies can have their industrial control systems reviewed for potential weaknesses and develop effective countermeasures. The standard is focused on IT security in industrial automation and control systems (IACS) which are required for reliable and secure operation of automated systems or infrastructures.

We will test the conformity of development and integration processes for you and assess the implemented IT security functions.

The optional product certification is based on IEC 62443-4-1 with an assessment of the IT security functions according to IEC 62443-3-3. The certification for system integrators is done in accordance with IEC 62443-2-4.

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