Hard-hitting cyber attacks on organizations have become commonplace in recent years. To improve the cybersecurity of the semiconductor industry supply chain, SEMI took the next step and launched its new SEMI E187 specifications for the cybersecurity of fab equipment standards in January of 2022. This standard was designed to neutralize supply chain attacks, insider threats, and other potential flashpoints in a cyber-attack. Leading organizations must implement a compliance plan to help organizations build a trustworthy mechanism in the semiconductor supply chain as quickly as possible – however, to make the right framework, the SEMI requirements must be central. This complimentary webinar looks at reference practices for creating an OT zero trust approach that streamlines compliance with SEMI E187 for your organization and secures fab equipment against cyber threats.
- Address the main challenges faced by the semiconductor fab equipment owners.
- Detail the requirement implications of SEMI E187 for the semiconductor supply chain.
- Show how organizations can streamline compliance to put SEMI E187 into practice.
At the same time, you can download our SEMI E187 Compliance Reference Guide – The Asset Security Life Cycle.