IEC 62645:2014 ED1 - Nuclear power plants. Instrumentation and control systems. Requirements for security programmes for computer-based systems

IEC 62645:2014 ED1

Nuclear power plants. Instrumentation and control systems. Requirements for security programmes for computer-based systems

Status : Current, Superseded   Replaced By :

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IEC 62645:2014 establishes requirements and provides guidance for the development and management of effective security programmes for I&C computer-based systems for NPPs, possibly integrating HPD (HDL (Hardware Description Language) Programmed Devices), hereinafter named I&C CB&HPD systems. Inherent to these requirements and guidance is the criterion that the power plant I&C CB&HPD system security programme complies with the applicable country's I&C CB&HPD security requirements. The primary objective of this standard is to define adequate programmatic measures for the prevention of, detection of and reaction to malicious acts by digital means (cyber attacks) on I&C CB&HPD systems. This includes any unsafe situation, and equipment damage or plant performance degradation.


The contents of the corrigendum of March 2015 have been included in this copy.





Standard NumberIEC 62645:2014 ED1
TitleNuclear power plants. Instrumentation and control systems. Requirements for security programmes for computer-based systems
StatusCurrent, Superseded
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
ICS27.120.20
CommitteeNCE/8
ISBN978-2-8322-1810-5
PublisherIEC
DeliveryYes
Pages98
File Size1.947 MB
Price£0.00


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