Managing an IoT system's cybersecurity can be daunting because it can provide a broad and varied attack surface. You might not even know all of the places where there are credentials—let alone how good those credentials are. Did the installer use the same secret across all of the devices? Do your administrators know the credentials for all of the devices when they leave your organization?

In this on-demand webinar, Rob Black, CISSP, “The IoT Security Guy”, will delve into IoT architectures, the different types of credentials in an IoT system, the common challenges with IoT credential management and what you can do to mitigate the risks of credential-based attacks. Insights gained from this webinar will allow you to:

  • Understand high level IoT architectures and which one(s) apply to your environment
  • Identify all of the key types of credentials in your IoT system
  • Understand the common mistakes that IoT system administrators make with managing the credentials
  • Learn the methods to mitigating risk with IoT system credentials, including how Privileged Access Management can help secure your IoT system.
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Rob Black

CISSP, Founder and Managing Principal of Fractional CISO

Rob Black, CISSP is the Founder and Managing Principal of Fractional CISO where he helps organizations improve their cybersecurity posture. Rob has extensive experience in cyber security, anti-fraud, Internet of Things (IoT), web services and cloud solutions. He has held product security and corporate security leadership positions at PTC ThingWorx, Axeda and RSA Security. Rob received his MBA from the Kellogg School of Management and holds two Bachelor of Science degrees from Washington University in St. Louis in Computer Science and System Science and Engineering. He is also a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Rob is the inventor of three security patents. He regularly speaks at conferences and blogs about IoT security.