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This webinar examines the current challenges in developing and assuring safety-critical / safety-related software, in achieving compliance with relevant safety standards, and the added complexity from cybersecurity dimension. The webinar then takes a look at the current developments on the next edition of IEC 61508 and explains how some of the challenges may be addressed.
What are the USPs of this event?
• Challenge your knowledge of the industry
• Current developments
Dr Fan Ye, Principal Consultant, Engineering Safety Consultants (ESC) Limited
Dr Fan Ye has worked in safety consultancy in industries including oil and gas, chemical, nuclear power and defence since completing his PhD in 2005. Fan is a Charted Engineer (CEng) by the Engineering Council via IET. He is a Certified Functional Safety Expert (CFSE) and TÜV Rhineland and Technis certified Functional Safety Engineer. He is a GIAC certified Global Industrial Control Security Professional (GICSP). His expertise lies in the areas of hazard identification and risk assessment, safety case development, safety management, system reliability, and Industrial Control system (ICS) cyber security.
Fan is a committee member of the BSI GEL/65/1, the IEC 61508 Part 3 and IEC WG10 for IEC 62443 series. Fan has extensive knowledge on international safety standards such as IEC 61508, IEC 61511 and UK Defence Standards and Military of Defence (MoD) policy.
Fan has chaired and facilitated numerous HAZOP, SIL determination (LOPA) studies and Cybersecurity Risk Assessment in the Europe and Middle East. He has also led a number of SIL verification studies, Functional Safety Assessments and Quantitative Risk Assessments (QRAs) for major projects.
Fan has delivered numerous training courses on the topics of functional safety (IEC 61508/IEC 61511), safety-related software (IEC 61508-3) and ICS cyber security (IEC 62443). He has also been a guest speaker at various conferences and workshops organised by institutions such as IET, The Safety-Critical Systems Club (SCSC) and InstMC.