This TridiumTalk will explore using the Niagara Framework to meet various government cybersecurity requirements.
Topics to include:
• Risk Management Framework (RMF) Overview (Federal and DoD)
• Unified Facilities Criteria 4-010-06
• Unified Facilities Criteria 25 05 11
• Cost and schedule impacts of Government cybersecurity requirements
Risk Management Framework (RMF) has been a requirement for control systems for years, including systems using JACE 8000 and Niagara 4. Many Government acquirers have historically turned a blind eye to these requirements, but that situation is changing. For those contractors who haven’t seen these cybersecurity requirements in Department of Defense (DoD) and other Federal projects, you very likely will in the near future.
This TridiumTalk will provide a brief background of the genesis of RMF and practical applications of RMF, and will also touch on the control system design and integration cybersecurity requirements addressed by Unified Facilities Criteria 4-010-06 and Unified Facilities Guide Specifications 25 05 11.
David Hornosky will moderate a conversation and presentation with Jay Kurowsky, President and CEO Aleta Technologies. Aleta provides cybersecurity support to the Department of Defense, numerous global corporations, and other customers, with particular expertise in cybersecurity for control systems
Participants will take away a good understanding of how to approach current government spec requirements and gain insight as to how to proceed. Most importantly, this TridiumTalk will help you understand potential cost and schedule implications of these requirements.
A Q&A session follows.