Develop, deploy, and administer an effective security framework for IoT-oriented products and services
Securing the Internet of Things: A Practical Guide to Architecting, Implementing, and Managing IoT Product and Service Security lays out end-to-end IoT security strategies. You will learn how to vastly improve your organization’s security posture and minimize the potential long-term costs that result from inadequate security.
This practical resource fully explains existing product and service models common to the IoT landscape and teaches, step-by-step, the process of evaluating IoT security risks from both an architectural and component perspective. The book clearly explains how to identify and prioritize risks that affect both organizations and end users. You will discover how to build an IoT security framework, develop accurate threat models, detect and block malicious activity, and securely manage unmanned systems.
· Shows how to manage devices and detect bad actors
· Features instructions for setting up a personal IoT lab environment
· Written by a recognized information security expert who regularly speaks at industry events
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Don A. Bailey (Denver, CO) is a pioneer in security for mobile technology, the Internet of Things, and embedded systems. He has a long history of ground-breaking research protecting mobile users from worldwide tracking systems, securing automobiles from remote attack, and mitigating crippling IoT risks.
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