Ensuring Trustworthy Industrial Systems

Ensuring Trustworthy Industrial Systems

Update: 2021-09-02
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original source: Industry IoT Consortium's Brighttalk channel


At Wibu-Systems, we are committed to staying at the forefront of developments in the IT security field. This is why we are particularly proud that one of our company’s founders, Marcellus Buchheit, was chosen to be a co-chair of the Industry IoT Consortium’s Trustworthiness Task  Group. The task group was set up to take charge of one of the most pressing issues in modern connected industry: the trustworthiness of digital systems. On 15 July, the efforts of the group members were rewarded with the publication of a foundational new document, the IIoT Trustworthiness Framework Foundations, in which they outline the five essential qualities of trustworthiness − safety, security, privacy, reliability, and resilience − and what they mean in practice.


To accompany their publication, the Trustworthiness Task Group has reassembled its co-authors for a special panel discussion.


Hear directly from Fredrick Hirsch, Bob Martin, Mitch Tseng, and Marcellus Buchheit why trustworthiness matters, what systems need to be considered safe, secure, private, reliable, and resilient, and what this can mean for the future of the industry.

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