Securing Industrial IoT Networks with Cisco Technologies


   

Course Description

This course provides an overview of the IoT enabled industrial verticals (manufacturing, energy, O&G, utilities, process control), architectures, and IIoT 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.

Prerequisites

  • IP Networking Basics: INICS, ICND1 equivalent
  • OT Networking Basics: ICINS, IMINS or IMINS2
  • Network Security Basics: IINS or CCNA Security equivalent

Who Should Attend

Security Engineer Security, Operations Security Analysts, Systems Solutions Architects, System Integrators, Senior OT Engineers

Learning Objectives

  • 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 IloT framework with next generation security products and tools



Course Info

Length: 5 day
Format: Lecture and Lab
Delivery Method: Virtual / Onsite
Max. Capacity: 16

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ISECIN-1.0-DS-EN-20190731.pdf