archive-nl.com » NL » W » WIB.NL

Total: 14

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • WIB - Process Automation Users' Association
    fulfillment to the IEC62443 2 4 requirement by providing the self assessment report Get statistical analysis that will help you benchmark your company in comparison to others and focus on the areas that require improvement Online tool The online tool is available at this link http wib wck grc com Costs The basic functions of the tool can be used free of charge Do note that some additional features come with extra charges by WCK Note that WIB does not have any commercial interests Support Support of the tool is delivered by WCK Privacy Q A How is the data sent and received to the portal secured The data is sent and received over a secured HTTPS channel so all communication is encrypted Where is the data stored The data is stored anonymously on the server and a dedicated DB The server used to host the portal is a standalone virtual server that is not shared for any other purpose other than the portal What is the data used for The data is only used for running the self assessment and storing your result These results are not shared with any WIB member or anyone else The results can be used for statistical purposes like the average score of all suppliers but will not give any 3rd party the possibility to extract your specific result according to the statistical data Who can access the server The server is maintained by a small number of WCK professionals with access to rights to the server for maintenance and support purposes Who can access the data The data is accessible only to the WCK administrators that can access the DB for maintenance and support purposes Can any other supplier view my answers No each user logs in as a unique user and cannot

    Original URL path: http://www.wib.nl/iectool.html (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive


  • International Instrument Users' Association - WIB
    work together to help improve the overall security posture for our critical systems Lead by major companies such as Shell BP Saudi Aramco Dow DuPont Laborelec Wintershall and dozens of other end users as well as leading vendors such as Invensys and Sensus and multiple government agencies the group spent two years developing and piloting the program revising the requirements which culminated into the version 2 released today The security requirements outlined in document went through a year of comments revisions from over 50 global stakeholders and were subjected to a thorough pilot certification program over the last 8 months said Jos Menting cyber security advisor GDF Suez Group We ve now come to a truly functional cyber security standard based on the needs of end users and it is now up to us the end user to take advantage of this effort and insist that our vendors are certified Members of the WIB Plant Security Working group have already started implementing the requirements into their procurement processes and others around the world are heeding the clarion call Shell has mandated conformance to the WIB standard for all vendors supplying systems to be deployed in Shell s process control environment starting January 01 2011 Said Ted Angevaare PACO EMEA Control Automation Systems Team Leader These requirements will become a standard part of the procurement language saving us a significant amount of time and effort Leading suppliers of industrial process control and automation systems are also starting the process of integrating the requirements into their organizations Adopting the WIB s security requirements ensures that Invensys has a set of measurable practices in place that enforce a safer and more secure critical infrastructure Not only do the requirements provide current state measures they allow us to continue to improve and adapt to the ever changing security landscape said Ernie Rakaczky program manager for control systems cyber security at Invensys Operations Management From our perspective this program is a major shift not only focusing on tactics but one that puts into place strategic elements that address operational change Cyber Security At All Stages Of The Industrial Product Lifecycle The WIB standard is designed to fit the needs of the end user the system owner operator and reflects the unique requirements for industries like petro chemical energy including smart grid transportation pharmaceutical and chemical among others The goal was to address cyber security best practices and allocate responsibility at the various stages of the industrial system lifecycle organizational practices product development testing and commissioning and maintenance and support Security is not a one time application but rather a process in which every stakeholder must contribute in order to achieve any significant improvement in operational reliability said Auke Huistra project manager at National Infrastructure against Cyber Crime NICC The WIB requirements are designed with this principle at it s core and we are encouraging critical infrastructure stakeholders in The Netherlands to integrate the requirements into their cyber security plans The requirements were also constructed to

    Original URL path: http://www.wib.nl/pressreleasenov2010.html (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • WIB - Process Automation Users' Association
    are distributed amongst each other s members Visit the EI website NAMUR WIB has a close relationship with the German end users organisation NAMUR International User Association of Automation Technology in Process Industries A liaison agreement aims to improve the co operation between NAMUR and WIB in the areas of common interest Liaison activities concentrate on effective actions and communications aimed at improving the quality and fitness for purpose of instruments and systems used in the process industry and on obtaining an international profile on behalf of its members Visit the NAMUR website FHI Het Instrument Industrial Automation WIB has a formal liaison with the Dutch branch organisation for industrial process automation FHI IA FHI IA is an association for nationally and internationally operating suppliers of instruments products and systems for the automation of production processes The branch organisation is a member of the Federation of technology branches Het Instrument Visit the FHI Het Instrument website PATO Foundation PATO Institute for Continuing Engineering Education is the leading foundation in the Netherlands providing education and training specially designed for persons who have a degree in engineering M Sc B Sc The mission of PATO is to develop and organise short courses

    Original URL path: http://www.wib.nl/about_lias.html (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • WIB - Process Automation Users' Association
    maintain quality industrial measurement control and automation instruments and systems which are safe reliable and economical stimulate manufacturers to develop and make available automation and process control technology and products which are fit for purpose Technical Scope WIB is active in the following areas flow level temperature and pressure measurements analytical instruments environmental instrumentation systems and communications process control and safeguarding data management standards and practices Customer Base Members can

    Original URL path: http://www.wib.nl/about_gen.html (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • WIB - Process Automation Users' Association
    Page Topics Organisational Structure Related Links General Liaisons History Organisational Structure Organisational Structure 2015 WIB The Hague The Netherlands

    Original URL path: http://www.wib.nl/about_org.html (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • WIB - Process Automation Users' Association
    according to their area of expertise The working parties would increase and change over time with many new fields added Today under the umbrella of working parties there are numerous expert groups and task forces that deal with specific areas from diagnostics level measurements functional safety and so on The benefits for members from the input of these experts are obvious Moreover another kind of benefit emerged difficult to quantify but of tremendous value The exchange of information among members In the working groups sensitive information on direct experience problems and solutions is freely discussed in an informal setting Development and Changes in the Process Industry Since the fifties the process industry had grown rapidly in size and complexity and with it the demand for better and more reliable instrumentation Instrument manufacturers were under pressure to improve and develop new instruments Many instruments were released too early on the market with disappointing results Many did not meet their specifications were unreliable required high maintenance and often affected the integrity of a plant since they formed part of safeguarding systems It was out of this situation that WIB had been created WIB was to provide reliable data on specific instruments The production of new instruments continued to increase during the seventies and especially during the eighties the emergence of new technologies saw the production of ever more sophisticated instrumentation This continued during the nineties to today with the appearance of The Smart Instruments In the early nineties the economic recession had an impact on process industries that would change the way companies would deal with instrumentation Economic recession directed attention of management towards the cost of maintaining production facilities and process automation The cost for instrumentation in relation to the total plant costs had risen considerably over the years A turn was made towards the purchase of equipment based on the total cost of ownership taking into consideration all costs from acquisition to installation operation and maintenance Also the back to core business trend led to cutting down the engineering departments and tasks The instrument expertise decreased within companies accordingly yet the complexity of instruments continued to increase The nineties saw the increase of out sourced engineering projects to Engineering Contractors who also became more and more responsible for the selection and maintenance of instrumentation or the total cost of ownership WIB opened its membership to include Engineering Contractors so that through WIB they are aided in building cost effective plants with reliable and safe process control instruments This benefits our members and the process industry at large WIB s new role By the late nineties WIB started publishing reports on CD ROMs Formerly members received one hard copy of every new report The CD Rom production meant that members could now print as many copies as desired also download the CD Roms on their Intranet systems and people from their company all over the world had access to WIB reports immediately The CD Roms became cumulative i e all new

    Original URL path: http://www.wib.nl/about_his.html (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive