Course Overview

This course provides an overview of the IoT (Internet of Things) enabled industrial verticals (manufacturing, energy, O&G, utilities, process control), architectures, and IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) security requirements, frameworks, and regulations. Security protocols, vulnerabilities, and the process of securing against the vulnerabilities are examined in depth and practiced in the hands-on lab environment.

CLASS INFORMATION
Price: 
$1,500
Version: 
1.0
Learning Credits: 
15
  • Upon completing this course, students will be able to:

    • Understand the convergent enterprise and industrial IoT architecture, components and applications
    • Contrast enterprise IT vs. industrial OT security
    • Define layered security requirements from the network edge to the core, and from access to applications layer
    • Protect endpoints, communications as well as data at rest and in motion
    • Compliance to standards and regulations and auditing
    • Understand protocols, applications and IPv6 for IIoT
    • Identify vulnerabilities and threat
    • Familiarize with common implementation issues
    • Assess, monitor, and detect vulnerabilities
    • Walk through IIoT attacks
    • Adopt best practices in design principles and process for securing and segmenting IIoT networks
    • Application of the converged security model for the broader industry: manufacturing, utilities, transportation, O&G
    • Secure and monitor/detect the IIoT framework with next generation security products and tools
  • It is recommended, but not required, that students have the following knowledge and skills:

    • IP Networking Basics: INICS, ICND1 equivalent
    • OT Networking Basics: ICINS, IMINS or IMINS2
    • Network Security Basics: IINS or CCNA Security equivalent
    • Security Engineers
    • Security Operations
    • Security Analysts
    • Systems, Solutions Architects
    • System Integrators
    • Senior OT Engineers