Today, the DIN SPEC 27070 “Requirements and reference architecture of a security gateway for the exchange of industry data and services” has been published. Sebastian Steinbuss, CTO IDSA, about the publication: “Adding to the International Data Spaces Reference Architecture (IDS-RAM), the release of the DIN SPEC represents a huge milestone on the way to secure cross-company exchange of industrial manufacturing data. The next step is to make this DIN SPEC an international standard – an ISO standard.”
Globally networked production processes demand data exchange that transcends company and sector boundaries. In this context, data security and data sovereignty are indispensable. DIN SPEC 27070 specifies the requirements to be met by a security gateway for data exchange, with regards to the gateway architecture and cyber security measures. The specification was developed by the German Institute for Standardization (DIN), together with Fraunhofer AISEC, SICK AG and 13 other organizations from industry and research.
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Since IDSA facilitated the development workshops, it is possible to provide the DIN SPEC free of charge. To order the DIN SPEC (in German), please click here.
For IDSA member companies the DIN SPEC in English is also available on Jive.
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