Our portfolio of online courses and online learning content on Industrial Security covers a wide range of topics. We cover both the basic concepts of the relevant IEC 62443 standard and specific recommendations for action, explanations of technical principles and practical examples. The portfolio also includes cybersecurity for the office environment, functional safety and topics related to the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Our portfolio of online learning content is the starting point for creating tailor-made training courses for your company and your employees. The content in this area was developed with more than 20 companies and institutions. Members of the Industrial Security working group in the VDMA, Fraunhofer, Siemens, Rhebo, Goethe University Frankfurt, HiSolutions and Pepperl + Fuchs, among others, share their specialist knowledge of cybersecurity in industry.
Industrial Security Basics | DE/EN | 6 Chapters | approx. 2 h
Industrial Security Basics introduces the topic of industrial security. You will learn why there is such a great need for action in the field of industrial security and about the cornerstones of implementation. You will also get an overview of methods and technologies to make IT secure in the industrial sector. In this course, you will get insight from experts at Siemens, Fraunhofer, Rhebo and the VDMA.
Social Engineering | DE | 3 Chapters | approx. 1.5 h
Social Engineering provides an introduction to social engineering with a focus on how social engineering attacks work and which protective measures can be taken by companies and their employees to prevent such scenarios. This course is particularly suitable for awareness training of employees. This course was created in cooperation with experts from Goethe University Frankfurt.
Almost every day, well-known companies find themselves in the headlines because they have been the victim of a cyberattack. For a long time now, security training and the development of measures have no longer been about the question of whether one will be affected, but when and to what extent. However, this does not mean that manufacturing companies should just sit and wait until the time comes. In this paper, we have listed what companies can do in advance to delay attacks and be as resilient as possible to attacks.
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