Certified Internet of Things Practitioner (CIoTP) Certification
The CertNexus Certified Internet of Things Practitioner (CIoTP) Certification exam is ideal for professionals who seek vendor-neutral, cross-industry foundational knowledge that is required to design, implement, operate, and/or manage an IoT ecosystem. The Internet of Things (IoT) certification has a wide range of benefits in industries like energy, utility, municipalities, healthcare, and consumers. The certification provides an understanding of machine learning and Data Science for Intelligent IoT; Analytic engines, Big data platforms, and API design considerations for IoT, and many more.
CIoTP certification exam domains are:
- Domain 1: The Impact of IoT (18%)
- Domain 2: IoT Ecosystems (46%)
- Domain 3: Security, Privacy, and Safety (28%)
- Domain 4: The IoT System Development Life Cycle (8%)
Here are the skills measured in the CIoTP certification exam:
- Planning an IoT implementation
- Constructing and programming an IoT device
- Managing security, privacy, and safety risks on IoT projects
- Processing sensor input and controlling an actuator on an IoT device
- Communicating with an IoT device using wired and wireless connections
- Managing an IoT prototyping and development project throughout the development lifecycle
uCertify offers a study guide for the CIoTP ITP-110 exam. The course is built around the ITP-110 exam objectives and provides hands-on learning on all the exam topics with its various learning resources.
Requirements for the Certified Internet of Things Practitioner (CIoTP) Certification
There are no formal prerequisites to register for and schedule an exam, but CertNexus strongly recommends that the candidate should have an:
- Understanding of the business benefits and challenges of IoT systems.
- Understanding of a typical IoT ecosystem, including the physical elements, edge/fog computing elements, network and connectivity elements, cloud and cloud platform elements, and the applications and things within various market sectors.
- Understanding of common IoT security and privacy threats and countermeasures.
- Understanding of common IoT safety hazards and risk management approaches.
- Understanding of the IoT system development life cycle.