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IoT Security Training Course Description, The Fundamentals

The Internet of Things (IoT) is any inter networking of a device that connects to the Internet to exchange data. From increasing the safety of roads, cars, and homes, to fundamentally improving the way we manufacture and consume products, IoT solutions provide valuable data and insights that improve the way we work and live.

Success depends on ensuring the integrity and confidentiality of IoT solutions and data while mitigating cybersecurity risks.

IoT security is the act of securing Internet of Things devices and the networks. IoT devices include home connected devices, industrial machines, enterprise applications, smart energy grids, building automation, aerospace, cars plus more.

IoT Security Training covers The Internet of Things security and discusses IoT protocols, potential risks, vulnerabilities, exploitation, data breaches, security framework and mitigation.

Participants will learn about risks of unsecured enterprise, industrial, and home IoT devices connecting to the Internet and able to share the information they generate.

Topics include device and platform vulnerabilities, authentication and authorization, Web interface and software, transport encryption, management issues, privacy, and security enhancements and other IoT issues observed for various manufacturers across all industry sectors.

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Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the attendees will be able to:

  • Describe Principles of IoT
  • Learn about IoT Design and Architecture Features
  • List IoT Vulnerabilities, Weaknesses and Attack Surfaces
  • Explore IoT Hacking Techniques
  • Evaluate your Product IoT Security Features
  • Explore IoT Security Mitigation Techniques

Course Agenda

Module 1: IoT Principles

  • The Internet of Things Overview
  • Principles for Connected Devices
  • Modern IoT Ecosystems
  • Machines and Objects
  • Digital Security Risk
  • IoT Architecture and Design Principles

Module 2: Principles of IoT Security

  • IoT Security Fundamentals
  • Understanding IoT Security Risks
  • IoT Security Challenges
  • IoT Security and Privacy Issues (1 video)
  • IoT Encryption and Key Management
  • IoT Identity and Access Management
  • Assessing IoT Attack Surfaces (1 video)
  • Cybersecurity Solution to Protect IoT Deployment

Module 3: IoT Security in Home, Cyber Physical Systems (CPS), Industrial (IIoT), Government and Critical Infrastructure

  • IoT Vulnerabilities (2 videos)
  • Known IoT Cyber Security Threats
  • IoT Firmware Analysis
  • IoT Software Weaknesses
  • IoT Security Verification, Validation and Testing
  • IoT Security Assessment on IoT devices
  • Wireless Security applied to IoT
  • Cloud-based web interface security
  • IoT Platform, Device and Infrastructure Security
  • Threats to IoT Devices and Implementations
  • IoT Security Standards
  • Securing the IoT – Developing Trust in IoT Devices and Data
  • IoT Security Risk Assessment
  • Examining Vulnerabilities in Devices and Network Systems, and Backend Systems
  • Risk Mitigation for the Entire Lifecycle of the Deployment
  • NIST Framework: Cyber Physical Systems (CPS): Automobiles, Medical Devices, Aerospace

Module 4: IoT Security Evaluation

  • IoT Security Risk Assessment
  • Examining Vulnerabilities in Devices and Network Systems, and Backend Systems
  • Risk Mitigation for the Entire Lifecycle of the Deployment
  • Evaluation of IoT Device Firmware Analysis, Attack Surface, Vulnerabilities and Exploiting
  • Gaps in IoT Security and Technical Solutions
  • IoT Risk Assessment and Management
  • IoT Authentication, Privacy/Encryption, Access Control, Data Integrity
  • IoT Security Controls
  • IoT Implementations Security Best Practices
  • IoT Security auditing, identity, and access management
  • IoT Devices Firmware Analysis
  • IoT Attack and Phishing Simulation
  • Best Practices in Securing IoT Devices and Environment
  • Risk Mitigation for the Entire Lifecycle of the Deployment
  • Mitigation Techniques and Tools

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