The ISA Global Cybersecurity Alliance (ISAGCA) is a collaborative forum of member companies to advance cybersecurity awareness, education, readiness, and knowledge sharing industry-wide on a global scale. Our objectives include expanding the development and use of industry standards, knowledge-sharing in an open environment, providing best practice tools to help companies secure their infrastructure, creating education and certification programs, and advocating for cybersecurity awareness and sensible approaches with world governments and regulatory bodies.
Automation Cybersecurity Requirements in US Public Policy: Key Points
A bulleted, summary document of the 15 key points to be aware of from the ISAGCA public policy position paper, "ISA Global Cybersecurity Alliance Position on Automation Cybersecurity Requirements in US Public Policy."
Cybersecurity Incidents Can Be Prevented
Cybersecurity incidents continue to increase in frequency and have greater impacts on the critical infrastructure of nations around the world. The implementation of the ISA/IEC 62443 series of cybersecurity standards can help prevent incidents and minimize the disruption and impact of incidents.
US Public Policy Briefing Video (Long Version)
An 8-minute video for public policy makers on securing our critical infrastructure, and how the ISA/IEC 62443 series of standards can help secure our future.
US Public Policy Briefing Video (Short Version)
A condensed, 4-minute video for public policy makers on securing our critical infrastructure, and how the ISA/IEC 62443 series of standards can help secure our future.
ISAGCA Response to EO 14028
The ISAGCA and its 50+ member companies collaborated on a response to the Workshop and Call for Position Papers on Standards and Guidelines to Enhance Software Supply Chain Security in relation to Executive Order 14028. ISAGCA submitted its response to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Quick Start Guide: Understanding the ISA/IEC 62443 Series of Standards
This reference guide provides an overview of the objectives and benefits of 62443 by identifying specific standards documents that are applicable to various roles within the security environment, including asset owners, automation product suppliers, system integrators, and maintenance providers.
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The ISA Global Cybersecurity Alliance blog, Building a Resilient World: Practical Automation Cybersecurity, features perspectives and advice from cybersecurity experts. It covers topics like digital transformation, the relationship between cybersecurity and safety, how standards are being leveraged globally, and how cybersecurity topics impact our world.