Practical Industrial Internet of Things Security
Securing connected industries and autonomous systems is a top concern for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) community. Unlike cybersecurity, cyber-physical security is an intricate discipline that directly ties to system reliability as well as human and environmental safety. Practical Industrial Internet of Things Security enables you to develop a comprehensive understanding of the entire spectrum of securing connected industries, from the edge to the cloud.
This book establishes the foundational concepts and tenets of IIoT security by presenting real-world case studies, threat models, and reference architectures. You’ll work with practical tools to design risk-based security controls for industrial use cases and gain practical know-how on the multi-layered defense techniques including Identity and Access Management (IAM), endpoint security, and communication infrastructure. Stakeholders, including developers, architects, and business leaders, can gain practical insights in securing IIoT lifecycle processes, standardization, governance and assess the applicability of emerging technologies, such as blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning, to design and implement resilient connected systems and harness significant industrial opportunities.
|Course Length||9 hours 43 minutes|
|Date Of Publication||29 Jul 2018|
|Defining the Industrial IoT|
|Industrial IoT security – a business imperative|
|Cybersecurity versus cyber-physical IoT security|
|Industrial "things," connectivity, and operational technologies|
|IT and OT convergence – what it really means|
|Industrial IoT deployment architecture|
|Divergence in IT and OT security fundamentals|
|Industrial threats, vulnerabilities, and risk factors|
|Evolution of cyber-physical attacks|
|Industrial IoT use cases – examining the cyber risk gap|