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IEC 62443 is a series of standards that address cybersecurity for industrial IoT systems based on best-practices for the technology, processes and users of these systems. Implementing these standards can prevent attacks or mitigate their effects.
IEC 62443 defines requirements and processes for implementing and maintaining electronically secure industrial automation and control systems.
Each step up in security level is intended to protect against more sophisticated threats with greater resources and greater motivation to compromise the system. In this context, developers evaluate what they are protecting, and who they are protecting it from to determine the appropriate security level.
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How IEC 62443 defines different security levels for different cybersecurity use cases
How NXP provides SoC solutions with integrated security capabilities
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