Cybersecurity for Products in Power Systems, Lighting and Industrial Controls
Meet cybersecurity requirements and best practice for Industry 4.0 and the IIoT
Connectivity and the IoT is transforming industry processes. From food manufacturers and FMCG plants, to automotive plants and oil refineries, the real time information and control provided by Industrial IoT products brings huge advantages, from greater efficiencies and more flexible production, to lower plant downtime and reduced maintenance costs.
However, the associated risks are huge, from Intellectual Property theft, to malicious attacks disrupting production, and harming brands. In the severe cases, catastrophic plant failure could have fatal results.
Intertek’s services help clients launch products intended for use in industrial processes which harness the huge benefits of connectivity whilst mitigating the risks. Building on the many decades Intertek has spent working with global manufacturers to meet regulators’ requirements in markets around the world, with a focus on technical excellence and rapid service delivery, Intertek Connected World offers a range of services from basic penetration tests, through to full evaluation and certification to leading Industrial IoT standards such as IEC 62443. Our experience with cybersecurity on Industrial products from lighting to process control equipment helps our clients eliminate security flaws, meet regulatory requirements and demonstrate your products strong security credentials through product certification, giving your clients extra confidence in the product, and your business consequent market advantage.
Network / Plant level assurance: As well as product level certification, Intertek also offers network level OT testing, helping plant owners ensure the overall security of their facilities. Learn moreIntertek offers the complete range of testing, certification and assurance services to launch a successful Industrial IoT product:
- securing processes and procedures
- outlining security requirements for components and systems, and
- identifying secure software development practices.