IoT Cybersecurity

IoT Cybersecurity

The Internet of Things is a fascinating technology with a huge impact on our everyday life. From smartphones, over smart homes all the way to fully automated supply-chains – everything is digital, everything has a chip inside.

But how do we ensure that the hyper-connectivity and digitalization of this new world does not impact our privacy? How do we ensure that the devices do what they are supposed to? What risks, vulnerabilities and threats emerge with this new age of technology?

In this course we will try to answer these questions. We will start with a journey into the foundation of Cybersecurity and then assess the new challenges that the world of IoT brings. We will take a look at real-world scenarios based on the current news cycle and my experience within the industry, to make this subject more relatable.

Looking forward to see you.

 

Start date

24. 5. 2021 – 25. 5. 2021

Duration

15:00 – 17:30 CET

Location

Online

Price

Free!

Software used

MS Teams

  • Learn the basic principles of cybersecurity (very high level)
  • Understand the cybersecurity challenges of the IoT ecosystem and underlying technologies
  • Gain knowledge on technologies and processes that address those challenges

 

Structure of the training:

  1. Cybersecurity basics
  2. In-depth security
  3. Risk management
  4. Understanding attackers and their motivations
  5. Network security
  6. Data security and privacy
  7. Cybersecurity in IoT
  8. Cybersecurity challenges to IoT
  9. IoT security countermeasures
  10. ENISA guidelines

Students, teachers, educators, enterprises and start-ups who want to get a basic understanding of the cybersecurity challenges posed by the Internet of Things and how to mitigate those.

The Internet of Things is an integral ubiquitous part of our lives and it is a major driver of today’s business. Thus, it is important to understand the risks it poses to our clients, institutions, other infrastructures and ourselves, and further gaining the knowledge on how to address those challenges.

Basic understanding of the principles of cybersecurity and the ability to use those to understand the risks and threats that come with the hyper-connectivity of the Internet of Things. Further gain insights on how to address those challenges to mitigate risk and maintain privacy.

Marius Hansen

Marius Hansen, Cybersecurity expert and consultant for EY Switzerland
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mhansen85

 

 

Riitta Dersten

M.Sc. (Tech), Senior Lecturer, Satakunta University of Applied Sciences (SAMK)
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/riittadersten/

Marko Kukka

B.Eng Construction and Building Service Technology, Lecturer, Satakunta University of Applied Sciences (SAMK)
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/markokukka/

Jenni Nurmi

M.SC (Econ. and BA) Founder/CEO at Reroute Oy
Guest presenter
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennimarinurmi/

Cybersecurity in the Internet of Things

 
In this course we will try to answer these questions. We will start with a journey into the foundation of Cybersecurity and then assess the new challenges that the world of IoT brings. We will take a look at real-world scenarios based on the current news cycle and my experience within the industry, to make this subject more relatable.

Certificate

Participants in Cybersecurity training will receive a Talentjourney certificate.

Reflect, learn and internalize

Through quizzes, case studies and self-learning.

Learn from the best

Marius Hansen is a cybersecurity expert with more than 8 years of experience in the industry. He graduated at the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany with a BSc Computer Science and a MSc in Cybersecurity. He is also a passionate dancer, globetrotter and hobby nerd.

Networking

Participants will be encouraged to interact and collaborate throughout the lecture and will be challenged with case-studies and quizzes. The training will combine individual and teamwork.

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