HANNOVER MESSE 2020,
20 - 24 April
The IT Security Act, which came into force in August 2015, has once again amended the existing Energy Industry Act (EnWG) and thus specified the requirements for an IT security catalogue for plant operators. This catalogue according to § 11 Abs. 1b of the EnWG was published in December 2018. The regulations formulated in it concern companies that are regarded as critical infrastructure. The corresponding threshold values for KRITIS facilities, according to which they are regarded as critical infrastructure within the meaning of the Energy Industry and BSI Law, are defined by the BSI Critis Ordinance (BSI CritisV). For electricity generation plants, this value is 420 MW of installed net electrical nominal capacity.
What does the IT Security Law mean to you and what do you need to consider? And above all: How can the new requirements be combined with your grown, proven operational ...
Industry 4.0 breaks deterministic solution-oriented thinking and requires fundamentally new architectures. As a result, we are faced with completely new security ...
How do you care for the technical compliance of your certified security management? We show solutions, how to not only comply with them, but also reach economical, ...
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