This Lecture will no longer be offered from winter semester 2018/2019
In the lecture series “A new security culture for Industrie 4.0”, experts from Engineering, Informatics, Law and Politics give insight into a topic currently highly debated called “Industrie 4.0” (Industry 4.0). This ambitious project aims for a “fourth industrial revolution”, a stronger computerization of the classical industries, for instance production and automation. It is strongly related to the notion of the Industrial Internet.
Such a broad and profound technological change has implications on social, juridical and political issues. Furthermore, information security becomes a central topic, as computer systems become more deeply embedded, more widely distributed and more thoroughly inter-connected. During the course, all these aspects will be discussed by a number of lecturers from many points of views, with a strong focus on the perspective of the industry, as the focal point of this endeavor.
- Understanding of the technical, societal and political challenges of Industrie 4.0
- Understanding of the approaches for the introduction of Industrie 4.0 from the industry’s perspective
- Knowledge about technologies and methods for security and safety for industrial systems
- Knowledge about means for know-how protection in Industrie 4.0