Moxa Awarded IEC 62443-4-1 certification
Moxa obtained the IEC 62443-4-1 certification on cybersecurity standards. The certification testing and audit was performed by LCIE Bureau Veritas and issued by the IECEE certification body. Moxa has always been involved in the cybersecurity industry and was one of the first companies globally to become IEC 62443-4-1 certified by the world-leading conformity assessment and certification services provider.
The IEC 62443 standard Part 4-1 defines a secure development lifecycle for the purpose of developing and maintaining secure products used in industrial automation and control systems. IEC 62443-4-1 certification acknowledges that Moxa has implemented a secure by design methodology throughout product development processes. This includes complete security lifecycle management and patch management. This certificate also affirms Moxa’s capability to identify, respond to vulnerabilities and work with customers to mitigate risks.
“In response to our customer’s concerns, Moxa has been actively looking into the security requirements of IEC 62443 standards dating back to when they were still under development in 2016,” said Samuel Chiu, General Manager of Moxa Networking Co. Ltd.
“By adhering to the strict verification process of IEC 62443 standards, Moxa not only provides industrial-grade solutions, but also ensures that security is part of the DNA of its reliable networking solutions throughout the product development process. We provide our customers with the assurance that they can connect their valuable assets with Moxa’s solutions and be confident that they can keep their operations running smoothly.” Moxa has been pursuing cybersecurity best practices to ensure that its solutions are in line with technological innovations of edge devices. Moxa is committed to its cybersecurity efforts to ensure more “secure by design” solutions can be implemented.
IEC 62443 is a cybersecurity standards framework tailored for IACS (Industrial Automation Control Systems), for OT (Operational Technology) industry. It was proposed by ANSI (American National Standards Institute)/ISA (American International Standards Agency) and adopted by ISO/IEC. In future, IEC 62443 standard will define essential security criteria in areas of industrial control, transportation and infrastructure developments.