Online Internet of Things IoT Summer Internship in Delhi 2023
Bytecode Cyber Security offers a complete security assessment and penetration testing through our unique offering of Attacker Simulated Exploitation for Internet of Thing (IoT) solutions Summer Internship. This involves our security researchers compromising your system and devices with an attacker’s mindset, thus revealing any possible security holes that might lead to a security breach of your IoT device. In most cases even though devices share similar types of vulnerabilities, we often devote our time to unique ways of exploitation, and into things such as combining two lesser critical vulnerabilities to result in a major.
We Provide Cyber Security Training to our students, Corporate clients, and partners because we believe that the high standards bring excellent output. We prepare our students how will they secure at our end from Malware and viruses. Our clients learn Ethical Hacking, Cyber Forensics, Networking, and some security courses in bytecode cybersecurity for becoming Security Analysts.
Students can attend classes from their homes. It takes less time to attend an online class. At the same time, various groups can attend online classes with bytecode Cyber Security From home.
IoT Summer Internship Training Course Module
MODULE 01 : Overview of Why IoT is so important
MODULE 02 : Introduction of IoT
MODULE 03 : Introduction to Sensor Network and Wireless protocol
MODULE 04 : Review of Electronics Platform, Production & Cost Projection
MODULE 05 : Conceiving a new IoT product- Product Requirement document for IoT
MODULE 06 : Introduction to Mobile app platform & Middleware for IoT
MODULE 07 : Machine learning for intelligent IoT
MODULE 08 : Analytic Engine for IoT
MODULE 09 : Iaas/Paas/Saas-IoT data, platform & software as a service revenue model
Who this IoT Pentesting Training Summer Internship course is for :
- Security test engineers prefer this course.
- Any IT security analysts, IT professional who wants to learn IOT Pentesting.
- Information system security architects.
- Cybersecurity analysts who want to understand IOT Pentesting.
- Product security analysts can do this course.
What is NEW in IoT Pentesting Training Summer Internship Course?
- Hardware-Based Exploitation
- Radio Security Analysis
- Attack and fault trees
- IoT ecosystem and penetration testing approaches
- Binary Reverse Engineering and Exploitation.
- Attack Surface Mapping
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Frequently Asked Questions
An IOT penetration test, also known as a pen test, is a simulated cyberattack against your computer system to check for exploitable vulnerabilities. Insights provided by the penetration test can be used to fine-tune your WAF security policies and patch detected vulnerabilities.
An IOT penetration test, or pen test, is an attempt to evaluate the security of an IT infrastructure by safely trying to exploit vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities may exist in operating systems, services and application flaws, improper configurations, or risky end-user behavior.
Penetration testing also called pen testing or ethical hacking is the practice of testing a computer system, network, or web application to find security vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit.
Generally speaking, pen testing is difficult on many levels. Whether they think they are not important enough to become a target, or they rely on their permanent IT management to take care of security, until they are hacked, a penetration test seems to them to be a waste of money and time.
If your good people would hire your services. Bounty hunting is also a good way of making money but it requires time and knowledge for exploit development. Pen testers are still required to find new exploits and patch up the security. But honestly don't seek penetration testing as a career.
Yes, IoT devices can be hacked. The question of whether a successful attack can be launched against a particular target may get a different answer. Given enough time, though, a skilled, determined hacker with physical or remote access to an IoT system can find a way to compromise it.
I encounter many techies who love the science of penetration testing. They're captivated by the technology stack, the vulnerabilities, and the tools at their disposal. But, at the same time, they find the task of pen testing itself aggravating and stressful. A real pain.