An intensive one-day training during the Security of Things Forum in Boston
on September 21, 2016

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Instructed by the same elite security researchers at Independent Security Evaluators who organize IoT hacking events – including the famous IoT Village -- at esteemed security conferences like DEF CON, RSA, DerbyCon, and BSides, this course teaches the fundamentals of security in the context of the Internet of Things… from a hacker’s perspective!

This course is ideally suited for those with a technical or engineering background who want to better understand the principles of secure design. Through a mixture of lecture, group exercise, and hands-on modules, this instructor-led course will jump start your IoT security and hacking career, and deliver significant returns for your organization that can be measured in employee knowledge and enterprise readiness.

What Will I Learn

Learning Objectives:

Foundations of the Internet of Things

Fundamentals of IoT security

IoT Threat modeling

How to identify & resolve vulnerabilities in Internet of Things technologies

Approaches to and best practices for securing IoT products

The home front: communicating IoT risk and best practices to managers & executives

You’ll feel right at home in this class if you have some experience in any of the following:


design or development

Information Security

networks or networking management

Product Development

product design or management


hardware or software

Are you interested in how connected devices get hacked? Are you interested in how to make connected devices more secure? If so, then this is the course for you!

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Training includes entrance to Security of Things event.

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