Monday 22 February 2016

Alarms & automation Security.

The ISA International FPID Division Symposium, being held in Cork (IRL), will provide an outstanding opportunity to gain the latest updates, news, trends and projections for pharmaceutical and food processing companies seeking to address the impact of increased regulation, manufacturing costs, and security threats facing this industry.

FPID registrants will hear two renowned visionary keynote presenters: Peter Martin, Ph.D. and Paul McKenzie, Ph.D. Both speakers will present on the latest trends, and provide case studies which demonstrate the effective integration and use of automation to solve these challenges.

In addition there are two ISA short courses being held in conjunction with this year’s event. Thus registrants can make most of your valuable time at this premier event for FPID professionals by also registering for one of the two expert-developed ISA training courses. These courses can help enhance your FPID program development, implementation, compliance, and maintenance knowledge. In addition, by attending these courses, you will earn valuable CEUs and PDHs.

To add a registration for one of these courses to your FPID conference registration, contact ISA customer service at +1 919-549-8411 or visit here.
Introduction to the Management of Alarm Systems (IC39C)
Nick Sands

Date: 16 March 2016
Instructor: Nick Sands
Course No.: IC39C

This course focuses on the key activities of the alarm management lifecycle provided in the ANSI/ISA18.00.02 standard, Management of Alarm Systems for the Process Industries. The activities include the alarm philosophy development, alarm rationalization, basic alarm design, advanced alarm techniques, Human Machine Interface (HMI) design for alarms, monitoring, assessment, management of change, and audit.

You Will Be Able To:
• Develop an alarm management philosophy
• Identify types of alarms
• Discuss rationalization, classification, and prioritization of alarms
• Design basic alarms
• Determine when advance alarm techniques should be used
• Document alarms for operations
• Design reports for monitoring and assessment of alarm system performance
• Manage changes to alarm systems
• Test and audit alarm systems

You Will Cover:
• The business case for alarm management
• The common problems in alarm systems
• The Alarm Management Lifecycle
• Philosophy
• Identification
• Rationalization
• Basic alarm design
• Advanced alarm design
• HMI design for alarms
• Implementation
• Operation
• Maintenance
• Monitoring and assessment
• Management of change
• Audit
• Starting points for alarm management
• Sustaining alarm management

Includes ISA Standard: ANSI/ISA18.00.02, Management of Alarm Systems for the Process Industries

To register or learn more, click here  or call +1 919-549-8411.
Introduction to Industrial Automation Security & the ANSI/ISA-62443 Stds (IC32C)
Eric Cosman

Date: 16 March 2016
Instructor: Eric Cosman
Course No.: IC32C

Understanding how to secure factory automation, process control, and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) networks is critical if you want to protect them from viruses, hackers, spies, and saboteurs. This course teaches you the basics of the ISA/IEC62443 standards and how these can be applied in typical factory or plant. You will be introduced to the terminology, concepts, and models, as well as the element of creating a cybersecurity management system.

You Will Be Able To:
• Discuss why improving industrial security is necessary to protect people, property, and profits
• Define the terminology, concepts, and models for electronic security in the industrial automation and control systems environment
• Define the elements of the ANSI/ISA-62443-2-1 (ANSI/ISA-99.02.01-2009), Security for Industrial Automation and Control Systems: Establishing an Industrial Automation and Control Systems Security Program
• Define the core concepts of risk and vulnerability analysis methodologies
• Define the concepts of defense in depth, and the zone/conduit models of security
• Explain the basic principles behind policy development and key risk mitigation techniques
• Explain why improving industrial security will be necessary to protect people, property, and profits

You Will Cover:
• Understanding the current industrial security environment
• How IT and the plant floor are different and how they are the same
• Current security standards and practices
• Creating a security program
• Risk analysis
• Addressing risk with security policy, organization, and awareness
• Addressing risk with selected security counter measures
• Administration, authentication, and authorization
• Addressing risk with implementation measures
• Monitoring and improving the CSMS

Includes ISA Standards: ANSI/ISA-99.00.01-2007, ANSI/ISA-TR99.00.01-20 ANSI/ISA-99.02.01-2009, and

To register or learn more click here, or call +1 919-549-8411.

Date: 16th March 2016
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
CEUs (PDHs): 0.7 (7)
Rochestown Park Hotel
Cork, Ireland

ISA Member: US$520 (€475.00)
Non-member: US$630 (€575.00) 

* Course registration is separate from and in addition to conference registration. You can choose to register for training or the conference only, or for both. To add registration for one of these courses to your existing conference registration, contact ISA customer service at +1 919-549-8411 or click here.

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