My Doll Told You What? An Introduction to IoT Threats & Controls - ASN236WEB

An Introduction to IoT Threats & Controls - ASN236WE

My Doll Told You What? An Introduction to IoT Threats & Controls - ASN236WEB
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My Doll Told You What? An Introduction to IoT Threats & Controls - ASN236WEB

Overview

This webinar introduces students to the threats and controls facing organizations using the new technologies that link interconnected devices, affectionately called the Internet of Things (IoT). While many IT auditors are familiar with mainframes, servers, applications, and many other IT devices and systems, the IoT presents new challenges requiring new approaches and audit techniques.


Who Should Attend

Information Technology Auditors and Audit management, Information Security and Risk Management Professionals looking to gain a basic understanding of IoT connected devices.


Prerequisites

  • None

What You’ll Learn

You will learn what are IoT devices, how these devices connect to networks, the common threats and typical controls that should be deployed, and essential audit steps for performing an IoT audit.


Objectives

  • What are IoT “Connected” devices? How do they differ from other devices that connect to networks?
  • How these devices connect to your home or enterprise network
  • What the common threats and vulnerabilities relating to these devices are
  • What controls we can deploy to these devices
  • Tips for performing an IoT Audit

Why You Should Attend

You should attend because the deployment of IoT devices is growing rapidly, and they create both risks and opportunities as they connect and exchange data with other devices and systems over the internet.

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