When Software Goes Wrong - The Need for Culture Change
In this episode, Dr Emma Taylor talks about the human aspects, the culture change that will be needed to address digital safety threats. The need for traditional design engineers to broaden their sphere of thinking, and to bring others into design conversations. Emma also talks about the need to start thinking about reasonably foreseeable scenarios. For us all to start thinking about what could go wrong when you consider the digital components within your physical assets.
ISO 61357 referred to in this episode is actually IEC 61357 ED1, a project that has now been deleted by the International Electrotechnical Committee. Standards that need to be considered will be covered in a later episode.
00:36 The main barriers to developing an appropriate level of digital resilience.
07:12 What Emma's experience in the Oil and Gas and Aerospace sectors tell us about what we ought to focus on to better manage digital safety risk.
08:58 What the industry should be doing to identify what could go wrong.
13:39 What could happen if you don't start to think about digital safety until after the incident has happened.
National Cyber Security Centre: https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/
Episode 6—the podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/925129/6106243
Data & Information System Interface Committee: https://www.rssb.co.uk/what-we-do/groups-and-committees/technical-strategy/sic-chairs/di-sic