Securing IoT networksIn this course, you will explore the complexities of protecting IoT networks.
Course descriptionIoT makes use of a wide variety of different networking technologies. Some types of networks have been extended to provide support for low-power IoT devices, while others have been created or adapted specifically to support IoT edge networks. New types of devices, such as IoT gateways, have been added to provide support for the special needs of IoT networking. All of these technologies present an attack surface that the IoT Security Practitioner must consider when protecting IoT systems.
Ensure the security of IoT edge networks
Video - 00:17:00
IoT devices often operate in edge networks. It is important to know where these networks may be vulnerable and how to take measures to protect them.
Ensure the security of mobile networks
Video - 00:17:00
Mobile networks support mobile clients, as well as mobile IoT devices. As an IoT security practitioner, you must be able to identify where mobile networks are vulnerable and how to apply appropriate countermeasures.
Ensure the security of wireless networks
Video - 00:13:00
Wireless networks play a significant role in IoT. To ensure IoT systems are secure requires that you know where wireless networks may be vulnerable and how to apply effective countermeasures.
Ensure the security of IP networks
Video - 00:32:00
While IoT systems often use a wide variety of network technologies, networks based on the internet protocol suite (TCP/IP) and the internet itself often provide the communication backbone for IoT. Your ability to secure IoT systems requires that you know where TCP/IP networks may be vulnerable and how to apply effective countermeasures.
Associated NICE Work Roles
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- All-Source Analyst
- Mission Assessment Specialist
- Exploitation Analyst
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- 190+ role-guided learning paths and assessments (e.g., Incident Response)
- 100s of hands-on labs in cloud-hosted cyber ranges
- Create and assign custom learning paths
- Custom certification practice exams (e.g., CISSP, CISA)
- Optional upgrade: Guarantee team certification with live boot camps