Aspects of Cyber Security
Webcast: Safeguarding our digital world
Cybersecurity is an essential piece in keeping critical infrastructure and communities operating as intended. Learn what steps we are taking at our free cybersecurity webcast series: Cybersecurity 2021: Safeguarding our digital world, that runs from October 6 to November 17 where every two weeks we will gather to address Siemens’ holistic approach to cybersecurity across all Siemens’ companies. Join our Smart Infrastructure experts on 20th October at 15:00 CET to learn why cybersecurity is essential for building owners and operators and how we can keep every aspect of your organization secure.
Automated certificate manager for power systems
SICAM GridPass - based on international standards, manages digital certificates automatically to enable effective and efficient management of security controls, thereby forming a cornerstone of a scalable PKI for the next-generation substations.
Management of security controls of a substation can become a cumbersome and time-consuming activity with the ever increasing number of digitalized and interconnected products and services in power systems. Establishing a public key infrastructure (PKI) helps cope with these increasing demands in a scalable manner by bringing certificate-based security to power systems.
The central expert teams for immediate response to security threats and issues affecting Siemens products, solutions, services, or infrastructure
Siemens ProductCERT is a dedicated team of seasoned security experts that manages the receipt, investigation, internal coordination, and public reporting of security issues related to Siemens products, solutions, or services. ProductCERT cultivates strong and credible relationships with partners and security researchers around the globe to advance Siemens product security, to enable and support development of industry best practices, and most importantly to help Siemens customers manage security risks. The team acts as the central contact point for security researchers, industry groups, government organizations, and vendors to report potential Siemens product security vulnerabilities.