Cybersecurity for Industry 4.0
A collaboration between EIT Digital and Fraunhofer.
This course provides the participants with the fundamentals of cyber security for automation systems.
Participants will learn to apply methods of secure communication as a prerequisite for implementing Industry 4.0 use cases such as Condition Monitoring, Plug & Work and Optimization. The security concepts learned will strengthen and sensitize the participants for security-critical processes and enable advanced training.
This course consists of 12 units (6 lectures and 6 lab exercises). The lab exercises are performed using a learning case, a physical demo setup containing an industrial transportation process and multiple automation components, which represent a real production environment.
A lecture as well as a lab exercise is provided for each of the following topics:
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