PD CLC/TR 62541-2:2010 - OPC unified architecture. Security model

PD CLC/TR 62541-2:2010

OPC unified architecture. Security model

Status : Current, Work in hand   Published : October 2010



IEC/TR 62541-2:2010(E) describes the OPC Unified Architecture (OPC UA) security model. It describes the security threats of the physical, hardware and software environments in which OPC UA is expected to run. It describes how OPC UA relies upon other standards for security. It gives an overview of the security features that are specified in other parts of the OPC UA specification. It references services, mappings, and profiles that are specified normatively in other parts of this series of standards. It is directed to readers who will develop OPC UA client or server applications or implement the OPC UA services layer.

Standard NumberPD CLC/TR 62541-2:2010
TitleOPC unified architecture. Security model
StatusCurrent, Work in hand
Publication Date31 October 2010
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC/TR 62541-1:2010, IEC 62541, CLC/TR 62541-1:2010, EN 62541
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEC 62541-3, IEC 62541-4, IEC 62541-5, IEC 62541-6, IEC 62541-7, IEC 62541-12, RFC 2246, RFC 2616, RFC 2818, NIST 800-12, IEC 62351
International RelationshipsCLC/TR 62541-2:2010,IEC/TR 62541-2:2010
Draft Superseded By08/30187449 DC
DescriptorsData processing, Computer software, Objects (programming language), Interfaces (data processing), Process control, Automatic control systems, Industrial, Communication networks, Computer networks, Bus networks, Information exchange, Data transmission, Data security, Cryptography
Title in FrenchArchitecture unifiée OPC. Modèle de sécurité
Title in GermanOPC Unified Architecture. Modell für die IT-Sicherheit
ISBN978 0 580 64158 9
File Size1.414 MB

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