- Designed For
- Anyone who would like to learn about the Internet of Things and its components. The course will benefit different levels of stakeholders from managers who will be given the opportunity to reflect of business impacts to technical staff who will appreciate how the IoT impacts their environments.
- Dates coming soon!
- Online, Instructor-led
- $547 per course
- 5 weeks; 4 hours a week of work
- 20 hours / 2.0 CEUs
- Talk to the Program Manager
Ask us about Corporate Training. We can customize this program to fit your organization's specific needs.
To say the Internet of Things (IoT) is the next big thing is putting it mildly.
Experts predict that by 2020, 20.8 BILLION things will be connected worldwide.
Companies are racing to add more and more "smart" products and devices.
If you're looking to obtain a business advantage in a field that is expected to have massive growth, then this internet of things training is it.
What is the Internet of Things?
In short, the IoT describes things that are connected to the internet.
Whether it's fridge that reorders your food that you're running low on, or a home security system that gives you updates on your phone.
Why IoT Training
The IoT is an environment where smart devices sense, anticipate, and respond to our needs as we manage them remotely.
These smart devices often act as the gateway between our digital and physical world. The IoT touches many aspects of life including:
- Home appliances
- Health care
- And more
To get a sense of the career opportunities with the internet of things, here's a list of the Top 75 IoT devices.
Our unique IoT training offers important insights on how to overcome possible challenges and thrive in this exciting space.
This internet of things course will examine and discuss IoT technology and market specific topics, relevant case studies of IoT security vulnerabilities and attacks, mitigation controls as well as the promise for more efficient and sustainable living.
By looking at a variety of real-world application scenarios of the IoT and diverse implemented applications, the various understandings and requirements of IoT applications become apparent.
At the end of the course, you'll know all of the various types of technologies that are available and in use today and can be utilized to implement IoT solutions.
You will also be given the opportunity to apply these technologies to tackle scenarios of your choice in teams of two or three, using an experimental platform for implementing prototypes and testing them as running applications.
With online, you'll get to access to Kevin Hanegan and can learn when it's most convenient to you and your schedule.
Just like a traditional classroom, you’ll be able to ask questions, share notes and make plans to study with classmates.
Kevin has been teaching online for years, and his courses are very interactive and collaborative.
What You'll Learn
- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the security and ethical issues of the Internet of Things
- Conceptually identify vulnerabilities, including recent attacks, involving the Internet of Things
- Conceptually describe countermeasures for Internet of Things devices
- Analyze the societal impact of IoT security events
- Develop critical thinking skills
- Compare and contrast the threat environment based on industry and/or device type
Kevin Hanegan, B.S., is the author of 4 programming books: Building State-of-the-Art Web Pages, Custom CGI Scripting with Perl, Practical Guide to Curl, and Building Solutions with the Decision Site Analytics Platform. He has worked for a variety of software companies, universities, and corporate training centers as a course developer, trainer and consultant. He currently is Vice President of Knowledge and Learning at Qlik.