Ostfildern, 25 May 2023
Susanne Kunschert: Safe automation for every industry
Safety and Industrial Security – A one stop shop We have said that there will be extensive normative and legal changes in the field of security, and that the whole of industry is affected. But when we talk with customers and partners, we are currently noticing some uncertainty when dealing with security. Everyone knows of the risk due to security vulnerabilities, but who in the company should be responsible for questions relating to industrial security? IT experts or safety officers? To what extent do the normative changes affect me as an employer? If these knowledge gaps are not closed, questions on security will not be answered fully. So it’s clear that there’s a great need for information and further training to prepare a company and its specialist employees for the challenges of security. Our customers have long put their trust in our safety expertise, which we share worldwide in our training and services. Through practical experience, e.g. when developing our products to the standard IEC 62443-4-1 (secure product development lifecycle), and many years of collaboration in international standards committees, we at Pilz also have extensive expertise in industrial security.