<p>This course is designed for network security engineers and analysts who are tasked with designing secure network environments, implementing security policies and protocols related to IoT devices, and analyzing network systems for operational and security considerations, in addition to the security operations center (SOC) analysts who analyze and respond to security incidents, and develop organizational response processes. It is also beneficial to solutions architects, developers, and testers who design, develop, and test software solutions for their organizations. This certification is also relevant to operations engineers who deploy and maintain embedded and mission critical systems and perform organizational gap analysis.</p>
Event Number: ITS-110
Available Languages: English (US)
Lesson 1: Network Architecture
Analyze and validate designs for secure networks that support IoT devices
Build and implement network technologies based on a given design.
Lesson 2: Monitoring
Perform monitoring of network traffic related to IoT devices.
Perform monitoring of IoT endpoint devices.
Understand common methods of log collection, and security event information.
Lesson 3: Risk Management
Compare and contrast various threats and classify threat profiles.
Analyze and identify IoT-specific vulnerabilities Given a particular risk scenario, determine the best controls to mitigate or minimize risk.
Lesson 4: Mitigation
Identify and categorize common control types.
Implement industry-standard security controls.
Demonstrate an understanding of common IoT-related secure design considerations.
Configure appropriate user access controls for IoT devices.
To ensure your success in this course you should be an experienced computer user who is comfortable setting up and configuring computers and electronic devices. You can obtain this level of skills and knowledge by taking either of the following Logical Operations courses:
CompTIA IT Fundamentals (Exam FC0-U51 or FC0-Z51)
CompTIA® IT Fundamentals™ (Exam FC0-U61)