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IoT Security Fundamentals

The programme is available as self-paced on-demand or as a live online classroom delivery.

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Course Overview

The growth of IoT and connected devices has resulted in the increase of data at an exponential rate despite persistent concerns around security of endpoints and the mission criticality of many IoT applications. IoT devices and services present security concerns due to the difficulty in encryption and programming as well as lack of prioritising the importance of security as a whole; from designing an IoT device or service to deploying it. Consumer IoT as well as industrial IoT is under threat if the right steps to securing IoT devices are not taken from the beginning of the device design and conception. Businesses are called to be proactive and able to mitigate threats to network security and protect valuable data and IT systems.

This is an important training programme that addresses these concerns and offers the opportunity for an in-depth examination of IoT device security, domain security and E2E Architecture. Attendees will leave with a framework for IoT security architecture and an end-to-end view through governance frameworks for this emerging technology.

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Learning Outcomes

Key learning outcomes for the attendee

  • Examine in detail IoT device vulnerabilities
  • Understand how these vulnerabilities should be addressed and mitigated
  • Learn how to secure IoT products and services
  • Learn how to build and deploy secure IoT solutions
  • Examine End-to-End IoT Security in detail

Benefits for the Organisation

  • Upskill your team so that potential IoT security risks are researched, identified and addressed
  • Identify current and future IoT security vulnerabilities across products and services
  • Roll-out a roadmap for your organisation to protect devices and services from possible risks through governance

Programme details

Module 1

IoT Device Security

  • Identifying and addressing current  security issues
  • Upgrading from Machine to Machine to IoT
  • Application Security
  • Open Web Application Security Project  model

Module 2

IoT Domain security

  • Platforms
  • Edge Nodes
  • Networks
  • Control Systems
  • Privacy

Module 3

IoT End to End Security Architecture

  • Security Lifecycle management
  • Correlation of reporting data  IoT Devices through Security Zones
  • E2E Security management
  • E2E encryption
  • Holistic Architecture

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