Public Key and Signature Infrastructure for Industrial Security

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Dr. Lutz Jänicke Corporate Product & Solution Security Officer Phoenix Contact

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IEC 62443 requires the use of secure identities for devices and the protection of integrity and authenticity of software and firmware. In this session, Dr. Lutz Jänicke, Corporate Product & Solution Security Officer of Phoenix Contact, will discuss these requirements and the security requirements for IEEE 802.1AR device identity certificates. He’ll cover how future use cases like zero-touch provisioning can be supported. Jänicke will dive into how digital signatures for software and firmware can be realized with an attached signature infrastructure in different formats needed from plain (raw) signatures up to Advanced digital Electronic Signatures (AdES). Attendees will learn about requirements from the IEC 62443 security standard, a solution for supporting infrastructure, and discussion about the implementation at the supplier of automation components Phoenix Contact. Earn 0.25 CPE credits on this session. Keyfactor is an approved (ISC)² CPE Submitter, partner.
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