The world we live in is rapidly becoming connected on every possible level, from cars to security cameras, from HVAC systems to doors. While connectivity provides multiple product benefits, it also introduces a great security challenge to product developers, engineers and managers.
Devising security for connected devices is a daunting task that can no longer be overlooked. Finding the subject matter experts or internally gaining the unique knowledge and skills needed to develop secure-by-design embedded systems is difficult and costly.
With all that in mind, VDOO, a provider of an end-to-end IoT security solutions, has launched the VDOO Certified Security Engineer (VCSE) program to share its knowledge and research across the IoT industry. The VCSE program is a formal, hands-on training that provides extensive insight into how to integrate security into the development of IoT devices within two days. By actively taking part in sessions on threats, security implementation and testing methodologies, including hands-on lab experience, attendees will gain the fundamental security knowledge necessary to develop secure IoT devices.
After successfully completing the program, attendees will gain security expertise recognition and join an exclusive global network of IoT security professionals. The certification will help the attendees to become the focal point for the embedded system’s security in their organizations. In addition, the organization will earn two free consulting hours with VDOO’s top embedded security experts, to allow effective and practical implementation of the program’s contents.
To qualify for the VCSE training, one must have at least one year of actual development work experience with embedded products. Additionally, this training is not for experienced security professionals but rather for those looking to learn the fundamental building blocks of IoT security.
The upcoming workshops will take place in EU, US and Japan.
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