The stakes for software security are very high, and yet many development teams affect software security only after the code has been developed and therefore the software is being prepared for delivery. As with any aspect of software quality, to make sure successful implementation, security and privacy issues should be managed throughout the whole software development lifecycle. uCertify’s CertNexus Certified Cyber Secure Coder course presents an approach for handling security and privacy throughout the entire software development lifecycle.
About CSC-201 Exam
The targeted candidates for the CertNexus CSC-210 certification exam are software developers, testers, and architects who develop in multiple programming languages for any type of platform who desire or are required to develop highly protected applications for business and organizational use. This exam certifies that the successful candidate has the knowledge, skills, and abilities to design and develop a variety of applications for various platforms, analyze security concerns outside of specific languages and platforms, use a number of testing and analysis tools, and mitigate against common threats to data and systems.
So, start your prep for the CSC-210 certification exam today with uCertify!
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) became an important part of the toolset for several organizations. When used effectively, these tools provide actionable insights that drive critical decisions and enable organizations to make exciting, new, and innovative products and services. uCertify’s Certified Artificial Intelligence Practitioner course shows you ways to use various approaches and algorithms to unravel business problems through AI and ML, follow a methodical workflow to develop sound solutions, use open-source, off-the-shelf tools to develop, test, and deploy those solutions, and make sure that they protect the privacy of users.
The skills covered during this course converge on three areas—software development, applied mathematics and statistics, and business analysis. Target students for this course could also be strong in one or two of those areas and searching to round out their skills within the other areas in order that they can apply AI (AI) systems, particularly machine learning models, to business problems.
So the target student could also be a programmer looking to develop additional skills to use machine learning algorithms to business problems, or a knowledge analyst who already has strong skills in applying math and statistics to business problems, but is looking to develop technology skills associated with machine learning. This course helps students to prepare for the CertNexus® Certified AI (AI) Practitioner (Exam AIP-110) certification.
In this course, you’ll implement AI techniques so as to unravel business problems. You will:
Build clustering models
Build classification models
Build linear regression models
Build support-vector machines (SVMs)
Build artificial neural networks (ANNs)
Build decision trees and random forests
Train and tune a machine learning model
Collect and refine a dataset to organize it for training and testing
Enhance data privacy and ethical practices within AI and ML projects
Finalize a machine learning model and present the results to the acceptable audience
Specify a general approach to unravel a given business problem that uses applied AI and ML
So, enroll into the uCertify’s course today and start your prep for being a CertNexus Certified Artificial Intelligence Practitioner!
uCertify offers CyberSec First Responder certification prep for IT professionals. The course covers network defense and incident response methods, tactics, and procedures that are in alignment with industry frameworks such as NIST 800-61r2, US-CERT’s NCIRP, and PPD-41 on Cyber Incident Coordination. It is beneficial for candidates who are tasked with the responsibility of monitoring and detecting security incidents in information systems and networks, and for executing standardized responses to such incidents. The course introduces tools, tactics, and procedures to manage cybersecurity risks, identify various sorts of common threats, evaluate the organization’s security, collect and analyze cybersecurity intelligence, and remediate and report incidents as they occur. This course provides a comprehensive way for individuals responsible for defending the cybersecurity of their organization.
This course is intended to help students in preparing for the CertNexus CyberSec First Responder (Exam CFR-310) certification examination. What you learn and practice during this course are often a big part of your preparation. This course and subsequent certification (CFR-310) also meet all requirements for personnel requiring DoD directive 8570.01-M position certification baselines:
CSSP Infrastructure Support
CSSP Incident Responder
This uCertify course comes with pre-assessment questions that will help you identify areas for improvement before you begin the course. It has interactive lessons and learning resources with flashcards, quizzes, and glossary terms. Practice tests in this course that closely follow the exam objectives and are designed to simulate real exam conditions. You will also receive post-assessment questions that will gauge your understanding and readiness in the course. Upon course completion you will know about:
Assessing information security risk
Managing vulnerabilities in the organization
Performing active asset and network analysis
Investigating and responding to cybersecurity incidents
Implementing penetration testing to evaluate the security
Collecting cybersecurity intelligence and analyzing log data
Analyzing attacks on computing and network environments
Analyzing reconnaissance threats to computing and network environments
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There is a huge amount of data being gathered, processed, and analyzed daily by consumers and businesses every day and all of these are being performed at the far fringe of technology infrastructure. All of these operations are driven by the Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Reports are showing that there will be 64 billion IoT devices used by industries by 2026. Reports also speculate that businesses are going to spend nearly USD 15 trillion on IoT devices, solutions, and support systems.
IoT activities are being used in various fields like smart homes, smart cities, fitness monitoring, inventory control, and more. By the end of the year, approximately two to six IoT devices are going to be used for every person in the world. These numbers are greater than the combined number of smartphones, tablets, and computers.
Let’s start with knowing about IoT cybersecurity. We will start with its risks.
Increasing IoT cybersecurity risks
With the increased use of IoT devices, risks associated with it will also increase. In the first half of 2019, there were very high numbers of attacks on IoT devices. There are several reports shown that cyberattacks on IoT environments are rapidly increasing causing serious effects. This includes bots or worms that can cause damage to smart devices such as Linux-based internet routers and leverage them to commit additional crimes such as denial of service attacks or illicit mass marketing. The attacks are not only being targeted at military and business infrastructure but also on the industrial systems. There is a lot of complexity in the IoT ecosystem along with a variety of different vendors providing various IoT devices. This increases the difficulty in building security protocols for IoT. There have been some recent developments in the security practices being used to protect organizations and their IoT systems. The three main sections of the rules are:
Detection: Learning the connection methods, like which IoT devices and components are connected to a given network or system.
Authentication: Checking the identity and origin of IoT devices that will help in detecting and preventing form spoofing.
Updating: Maintaining and upgrading IoT security capabilities to bypass the hackers and cybercriminals.
These are the basic tactics that companies are using to deal with IoT security breaches. Some of the new strategies are:
Restricting access to sensitive data
Continually monitor who is accessing each device
Frequently backing up all the information gathered by IoT devices
Proactively identifying cyber threats to anticipate and stop breaches
Maintaining accurate data on each IoT device to determine the number of potential risks
These basic steps lead to a roadmap that is used by cybersecurity professionals to form a comprehensive IoT security framework.
Common Vertical Markets Using IoT
There are several key industries and market segments that are making the best out of IoT utilization. The increased number of use cases indicates that IoT not only has an impact on society but it also helps you know about the number of entry points that hackers and cybercriminals can exploit. The markets like healthcare and life sciences; smart homes, cities, and infrastructure; transportation and concrete mobility; and industrial systems and sensors are using IoT devices.
Examples of IoT cybersecurity breaches
Numerous instances demonstrate how common IoT security breaches are. Some of them are very serious and do a lot of damage. There are a few important incidents that have happened recently. In this first case, hackers stole identity and bank details from individuals through remote access to a coffee machine. Smart coffee machines can be controlled remotely using smartphones or even with voice commands and that can be compromised. Coffee machines just aren’t designed for security, therefore, they are convenient and unprotected ways to access connected systems.
In the second case, it happened using the connected network printers. Approximately 60% of businesses in the UK, US, France, and Germany suffered a printer network data breach in 2019. These breaches cost them more than USD 400,000 on average. Printers are not very well secured that’s why they can act as an ingress point to the network. They can even be recruited as part of botnets to carry out DDOS attacks within the organization.
After knowing about the threats and IoT attacks, the organizations need trained and skilled cybersecurity experts. These professionals are proficient in protecting infrastructure, securing data and information; running risk analysis and mitigation; architecting cloud-based security, and achieving compliance from cyber attacks.
The Internet of Things (IoT) adds a strong value to each organization. By connecting objects, people, and environments, it has become possible to develop improvements but it also creates exponential vulnerabilities that IT security teams are not currently prepared to defend. uCertify offers the Certified Internet of Things Sec. Practitioner course to help candidates prepare for the CertNexus ITS-110 exam. The course covers the ITS-110 exam objectives and provides skills and knowledge to secure network environments for IoT devices, analyze vulnerabilities and determine controls against threats, and effectively monitor IoT devices and respond to incidents.
The Certified Internet of Things Sec. Practitioner course comes with lessons, exam-based practice tests, and labs. uCertify lesson comes complete with quizzes, flashcards, knowledge checks, connect the idea, glossary, and 40+ interactive activities. You also have the option to highlight the content and search from Wikipedia or Google while browsing chapters. Labs provide virtual environments created to help you experiment and apply your knowledge to real-life situations. Practice tests are often organized to closely follow the exam objectives and are designed to simulate real testing conditions.
About ITS-110 Exam
CertNexus’ Certified IoT Security Practitioner certification exam is for candidates who want a vendor-neutral, cross-industry skill set that can allow them to style, implement, operate, and/or manage a secure IoT environment. The popular career prospects on being a Certified IoT Security Practitioner are:
Software Development Engineer
Production Engineer/Floor Technician
This exam validates candidates’ foundational skill set of secure IoT concepts, tools, and technologies, that will enable them to become capable IoT Security practitioners in a wide variety of IoT-related job functions.
So, check out uCertify’s Certified Internet of Things Sec. Practitioner course, start your prep, and enhance your job prospects!