Thank you for visiting! You've probably heard of the Internet of Things (IoT). However, you may have wondered what it is. What does it mean to you or your organisation, for that matter? If you are interested in the most recent trends and activities in internet capabilities and have concerns about programmed devices, this course is for you. When the industrial sector is linked to your home, there are complexities and areas of awareness that must be addressed. Security policies and practises have yet to catch up with the internet capabilities of some of our most commonly used products. The "connected home," "consumer wearables," or even an employee's HVAC system could pose an unexpected threat to your business environment.
You will investigate current security and privacy issues in each of these areas. Each module will include readings, videos, case studies, and a quiz to ensure that you understand the material and concepts we discuss. This course provides a forum for students to learn, reflect, and plan for a smart community approach to IoT. Parts of this course may appear to be extremely technical in nature. This is due to the fact that the “things” in IoT represent engineering. In that case, try to grasp the concept.
1. Welcome to Cybersecurity and the Internet of Things!
- Welcome to the Internet of Things!
- How To Succeed In This Course
- How Organizations Address IoT
- IoT in the Business World
2. IoT and the Industrial Sector
- Module Overview
- IoT and its Use in Organizations
- IoT and Organizational Risks
- The Future of Corporate IoT
- Industrial Sector and IoT: A Second Look
3. IoT and the Connected Home
- Module overview
- Your Connected Home
4. IoT and Consumer Wearables
- Module overview
- Consumer Wearables and the Organizational Risks
- Future Opportunities for IoT
- IoT and the Cloak of Invisibility