Kick start your prep for the CIoTSP exam with the Certified Internet of Things Security Practitioner
(CIoTSP) course and lab. The lab provides a hands-on learning experience in a safe, online environment. The IoT certification course and lab cover the ITS-110 exam objectives and teach you about securing data, addressing privacy concerns, securing software/firmware, enhancing physical security, and more. After completing this ITS-110 training course, you will have the foundational skill set of IoT concepts, technologies, and tools.
The CIoTSP certification exam is ideal for IoT security practitioners. The ITS-110 exam will prove that the certified candidate has the skills required to design, implement, operate, and/or manage a secure IoT ecosystem. The CertNexus’ Certified IoT Security Practitioner (CIoTSP) certification program will validate the knowledge to secure network environments for IoT devices, analyze vulnerabilities, and determine reasonable controls against threats.
Education and National Certifications
• Students should have or be pursuing a high school diploma or GED.
• Students who complete this program will be eligible to sit for: ITS-110 Exam.
The Certified Internet of Things Security Practitioner (CIoTSP) exam requires no application fee, supporting documentation, or other eligibility verification measures for you to be eligible to take the exam. An exam voucher will come bundled with your training program or can be purchased separately. Once purchased, you will receive more information about how to register for and schedule your exam through Pearson Vue. You can also purchase a voucher directly through Pearson Vue. Once you have obtained your voucher information, you can register for an exam time. By registering, you agree to our Candidate Agreement.
While there are no formal prerequisites to register for and schedule an exam, we strongly recommend you first possess the following knowledge:
- Understanding of the business benefits and challenges of securing IoT systems.
- Understanding of an 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 and risk management approaches.
- Understanding of the IoT system/software development life cycle.