ISA – TR101.02 is in its 9th revision as a working draft and is soon to be released pending a successful vote. This presentation will give you a “behind the scenes” peek at the current draft. ISA standards define the “what” and Technical Reports provide guidance on the “how”.
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Thanks to all of our members and visitors for making 2018 a great year! We look forward to an even better year in 2019! Happy New Year to all.
As part of raising awareness during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), each week in October we will feature a topic centered around the theme “our shared responsibility.” In our final installment, we feature the importance of securing our critical infrastructure and highlight the roles the public can play […]
As part of raising awareness during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), each week in October we will feature a topic centered around the theme “our shared responsibility.” This week will focus on cybersecurity workforce education, training and awarenes while emphasizing risk management, resistance and resilience. CYBER ATTACKS COST […]
The ISA/IEC 62443 series of standards, developed by the ISA99 committee as American National Standards and adopted globally by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), is designed to provide a flexible framework to address and mitigate current and future security vulnerabilities in industrial automation and control systems (IACS). A […]
Congratulations to our New Orleans Section President, Dean Bickerton, for receiving the Excellence in Enduring Service award from ISA. The award recognizes dedicated volunteer service to the Society at the grassroots level with having served a minimum of 15 years of continuous service in a leadership position within […]
Free Wind or Bought Wind? The Transition from Sail- to Steam-Powered Vessels About our Technical Presentation: The ISA New Orleans Section is pleased to have historian and author, John Laurence Busch, return for a second speaking engagement. John initially presented the history of how the first steam-powered ship, […]