Building Blocks for Securing the Industrial Internet: IISF
Without proper security, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) systems are not trustworthy, putting organizations, their missions and the greater public at increased risk. The viability of the IIoT depends on proper implementation of security to counter the growing and ever changing threats that are emerging.
Addressing this challenge is critical to the success of the Industrial IoT, Industrie 4.0 and the Industrial Internet revolution. To that end, Industrial Internet Consortium members have developed a common security framework and an approach to assess cybersecurity in Industrial Internet of Things systems: The Industrial Internet Security Framework (IISF).
On January 26, 2017, editors of the IISF and security experts from the Industrial Internet Consortium will provide an introduction to the approach needed to secure industrial systems and offer insights gained from one of our testbeds encompassing several security technologies.
Join the webinar to learn:
• The importance of securing the IIoT and why it differs from securing the IoT
• The value of securing industrial Internet systems
• Recommendations for engaging OT about developing an IIoT strategy
Don’t miss this webinar – first in a series of monthly webinars offered by the Industrial Internet Consortium.
Digital Transformation through IoT that focuses on digital exploration, agile mining operations, connected assets, and next gen safety brings significant benefits to mining companies and mining technology suppliers alike. Mining organizations that don’t embark on IoT-enabled Digital Transformation will find it more challenging to compete in uncertain resources cycle. With more than 80% of IoT projects not progressing beyond POC stages according to Gartner, there is a disconnect between IoT technology and IoT capabilities.
This stems from a technology-centric approach to IoT that focus on connected “things” and less on the expected business outcomes. A July 2017 McKinsey study found that 70% of their respondents identified “integrating IoT solutions into existing business workflows” as a capability gap. The IoT challenge that mining companies now face is less of a technology problem and more of a business process problem.
This webinar presents a framework that provides the business architecture for using IoT that connects IoT technology to operational capability and business outcomes. The I2OC framework focus on aligning IoT technology with benefits such as increased asset availability, reduced downtime, reduced costs, increased efficiencies, and improve safety and governance. Pieter uses a practical mining example to present the I2OC framework.
Steve Hanna, Senior Principal, Infineon & Dean Weber, CTO, Mocana
The beginning of a security strategy starts at the end – securing your IoT endpoints. Endpoints are everywhere in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) landscape. Without proper endpoint security, IIoT systems may put your organization or the greater public at increased risk. Plus, the viability of the IIoT depends on proper implementation of an endpoint security strategy to counter the growing and ever-changing threats.
During this webinar, the editors of the Endpoint Security Best Practices Whitepaper will discuss this important document, customer use-cases, and the core components of a comprehensive, IIoT solution.
Jeffrey S. Katz Head of Grid Technology Energy, Environment and Utilities industry, IBM
Cognitive systems solve problems the way humans solve problems, by thinking, understanding, reasoning, reacting and interacting. Through simulation of human thought processes, the goal of cognitive computing is to create automated IT systems that are capable of solving problems without requiring human assistance.
This webinar will explore the application of cognitive computing techniques within the energy sector: increasing the accuracy of outage predictions, optimizing uptime, and enabling customers to monitor and control their monthly energy consumption.
Explore the role of the IoT in the mining industry. From big industry to incubators and startups -- many organizations are engaging globally via innovative ecosystems, testbeds and tech hubs for education, awareness, and best practices.
Dr. Manjari Asawa, Wipro; Brett Murphy, Real-Time Innovations; Brett Burger, National Instruments
The emergence of next generation distributed energy resources (solar, wind, battery) and storage technologies have challenged the capabilities of traditional, central-station power grid systems -- until now! Advances in embedded systems, analytics, machine learning and time-sensitive networking allow tightened integration, thereby digitizing the grid and addressing technical challenges previously impossible to solve.
This webinar will discuss new approaches to address operational challenges by integrating communications and control technology directly to the grid. Explore the IIC Testbed Program and learn how the award-winning Microgrid and TSN testbeds provide a rigorous testing environment for solving integration challenges in a multi-vendor, real-word environment based on industry standards (DDS, OpenFMB,TSN) and other emerging industrial IoT capabilities.
Marcellus Buchheit, President and CEO, WIBU-SYSTEMS USA
Your interconnected devices are only as strong as the weakest link. Choosing a connectivity solution without a robust security framework will leave your data and the system that supports it exposed and vulnerable. Fortunately, there are tools in place that can help address these challenges.
This webinar discusses the security-related benefits of applying reference milestones that the IIC has published over the last two years in industrial systems: the Industrial Internet Reference Architecture, the Industrial Internet Security Framework, and the Industrial Internet Connectivity Framework.
The advent of connected devices and platforms are driving the digitization of manufacturing. Although systems and production facilities have long been automated and connected, today’s Smart Factory is adept, can learn from data and adjust in real time. The industry has evolved by bringing together the physical and digital world, creating torrents of data. In order to unlock the full potential, you’ll need architectures, frameworks and implementation plans. This webinar will give you an overview of available tools and guidance on getting started.
GlobalSign: Nisarg Desai, Director of Product Management; Willow Noonan, Head of R&D - IoT
As connected devices become ubiquitous, a need arises for those devices to move and interact seamlessly among different domains in a trusted manner.
Blockchains may provide foundations for systems that require coordination where trust and authority are not centralized. This presentation will provide an overview of blockchain technology and suggest potential applications in the field of distributed, connected devices in industrial environment.
A Practical Guide to the Industrial Internet Connectivity Framework:
The IIC’s Industrial Internet Connectivity Framework (IICF) evaluates the most commonly-used standards: OPC UA, DDS, OneM2M, HTTP, MQTT, and CoAP. It also proposes an architecture for integrating them into a true Internet. However, with 130 pages it can be dense reading. This session will provide a simple set of questions to help you get off to the right start for your IIoT application.
Interoperability at all levels of the IIoT stack is key for the success of industrial IoT projects that require both OT and IT systems to work together. Interoperability, like security, cannot be an afterthought, it needs to be architected in the IIoT solution from the start.
In the webinar we will address key concepts of Interoperability from the device level to the business process application.
Dan Isaacs Director Strategic Market Development, Xilinx & Dr. Armando Astarloa, CEO & Co-founder, System on Chip Eng'g
Learn how IIC members are addressing challenges of Secure Networking with wire-speed cryptography and sub-microsecond synchronization, including HSR/PRP and TSN in Smart Grid Applications production down-times and increase factory productivity.
Dr. Richard Soley, Executive Director, Industrial Internet Consortium
The Internet of Things is changing the world, and members of the Industrial Internet Consortium are leading the charge. Join us for our Virtual Summit on World IoT Day, and hear from IIC members dedicated to the tasks of delivering a trustworthy Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) in which the world’s systems and devices are securely connected and controlled to deliver transformational outcomes.
Richard Soley launches our USA leg of the event with an overview of What's new in the Industrial Internet Consortium, IIC testbed insights and IIC member value.
John Kowal, Director of Business Development, B&R Industrial Automation
A practical way to get started with IIoT in a brownfield factory is by creating a “Green Patch in your Brownfield.”
Everyone is talking about deploying IIoT in brownfields to achieve incremental gains in productivity. But in the greenfield, IIoT can deliver a game changer: to change your business model to mass customization through adaptive machines. Batch size of one. Deliver direct from the production line to consumers. Flatten your supply chain, your sales chain. No greenfield in your near future? To get started, get focused. For your next capex, put a 'focused factory' in your existing plant -- a 'green patch' in your brownfield. Learn from a pilot project the full potential of IIoT with today's state of the art automation technologies, not the legacy assets of the brownfield.
CSIRO: Australia's Commonwealth Scientific & Research Organisation
IoT is turning mining into a safer and more productive industry. The technology involves connecting machines, fleet and people with sensor technologies that transfers and receive data over a network.
The Mining Task Group of the Industrial Internet Consortium is hosting a series of educational webinars on the challenges and opportunities provided by the Industrial Internet. This is the first webinar of the IIC Mining Series.
Ken Figueredo - InterDigital, Inc., Jim Morrish - Huawei, Chair of IIC Business Strategy Task G
The Industrial Internet Business Strategy & Innovation Framework
The competitive landscape is changing in ways which have yet to become completely clear. Collaboration and mastery of new skills, such as those within IIoT, will be essential to business success. An organized, disciplined approach to moving forward with IIoT is essential to that success. The Business Strategy and Innovation framework offers this approach with guidance and best practices derived from industry experts within the Industrial Internet Consortium membership.
The notion of a Smart Factory today is based on utilizing modern Industrial IoT concepts. While it is not practical for existing brown fields to immediately modernize and adopt all these technologies and best practices, it is however possible for factories to cherry pick individual technologies and practices as a path to gradually modernize over time. These include technologies and best practices that allow for seamless machine interoperability, easy data sharing between machines, MES, ERP, and SCADA systems.
This webinar will provide an overview of some of these technologies and will also discuss the new industry standards that make such a migration possible. We’ll also share a proof of concept, the IIC Smart Factory Web Testbed, which is a network of smart factories with flexible adaptation of production capabilities and sharing of resources and assets to improve order fulfillment.
Featured IIC Testbed: Smart Factory Web
The Smart Factory Web forms a network of smart factories with flexible adaptation of production capabilities and sharing of resources and assets to improve order fulfillment. Key challenges being addressed: How can we connect factories to the Smart Factory Web and exchange data reliably? How can we provide the information securely at the right granularity to authorized partners? How can production capabilities be adapted quickly and efficiently in response to orders?
Sari Germanos, IIC Safety Task Group Chair; Business Development Manager, B&R Industrial Automation
Dr. Kym Watson, IIC Testbed Lead, Smart Factory Web; Deputy Head, Information Management and Process Control Department, Fraunhofer IOSB
Paul Didier, CISCO; Todd Walter, National Instruments
As the number of devices connected via the Internet of Things grows at exponential rates, the communications infrastructure has to grow with it. Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) is the evolution of standard Ethernet that will make critical data available when and where it needed. TSN is suitable for automation applications in industrial environments like manufacturing, distributed control and measurement, and electrical power grids. This paves the way for the Industry 4.0 in modern heterogeneous industrial networks and shifts us into the fast lane toward realizing an Industrial Internet of Things.
The Industrial Internet Consortium is a global, member-supported, organization that promotes the accelerated growth of the Industrial Internet of Things by coordinating ecosystem initiatives to securely connect, control and integrate assets and systems of assets with people, processes and data using common architectures, interoperability and open standards to deliver transformational business and societal outcomes across industries and public infrastructure.
Building Blocks for Securing the Industrial Internet: IISFDr. Jesus Molina, Security Consultant, Fujitsu; Dan Isaacs, Director Connected Systems at Xilinx[[ webcastStartDate * 1000 | amDateFormat: 'MMM D YYYY h:mm a' ]]54 mins