In today’s connected age, the Internet of Things (IoT) has taken the world by storm. IoT devices are becoming an integral part of our daily lives, from smart thermostats to intelligent manufacturing systems. However, like all technology, these devices come with their own set of vulnerabilities. IoT Pentesting can help close that gap!
Enter the IoT Pentest course by Luciano Ferrari – your gateway to mastering the art of IoT penetration testing.
Why Take the IoT Pentest Course?
Holistic Understanding of IoT Ecosystem: The course covers the vast landscape of IoT, exploring various verticals like automotive technology, healthcare, and industrial control systems. While the risk model differs across these verticals, the methodology remains consistent.
All-encompassing coverage: Dive deep into the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model. From scrutinizing firmware and analyzing network protocols to identifying hardware flaws and application defects, this course ensures you have the knowledge to evaluate a broad spectrum of IoT devices.
Hands-on Learning: Practical labs in every module and a unique challenge will test your skills in real-time. Think you can hack a specific device? Give it a go and then check against the solution!
Skills You’ll Acquire:
- Master the basics of soldering and using a multimeter.
- Dive into the world of hardware hacking.
- Familiarize yourself with UART, JTAG, and SPIF interfaces.
- Decode the intricacies of firmware analysis with Binwalk.
- Tune into the realm of software-defined radio and radio signal analysis.
- Get the hang of BLE and Zigbee hacking.
- …And much more!
Want to Start with the Basics?
If you’re new to ethical hacking and want to start with the basics, Luciano Ferrari offers a fundamental Linkedin Learning course. Check out the Ethical Hacking: Hacking IoT Devices course and set the foundation for your IoT hacking journey.
Ready to Dive In?
Accelerate your IT Penetration Testing skills. Enroll in the IoT Pentest course now!
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