“This certification is a response to the increasing need for training specifically developed to address the emerging challenges facing our ever-evolving smart world," stated Mihalic.
Alan Mihalic, President of the IoT Security Institute (IotSI) describes the SCCISP Certification as an IoT Security Institute educational initiative that provides an IoT security certification and industry-recognized credentialed career pathway for Cyber and Privacy professionals working within or seeking to enter, the IoT-IIoT Smart Cities and Critical Infrastructure sectors. "Earning the SCCISP illustrates an industry professional has the necessary skills to competently & securely design, implement and manage IoT-IIoT Smart Cities and Critical Infrastructure eco-systems. The SCCISP certification is a response to the increasing need for training specifically developed to address the emerging challenges facing our ever-evolving smart world," stated Mihalic.
The world is Changing. It is Getting Smarter. Smart People, Smart Cities, and Smarter Criminals. The SCCISP prepares next-generation industry professionals with the necessary skills to address the "smart world" cyber and privacy challenges. Cities, Precincts, Buildings, and Critical Infrastructure, are working smart spaces, information portals, and community information exchanges that require appropriate security controls to meet their future potential. In a Smart Cities age, this includes maintaining data confidentiality, privacy, and public safety levels that meet government, community, and corporate expectations. This can only be achieved by providing cyber and privacy industry professionals with the necessary skills and knowledge to address these emerging challenges. The release of the SCCISP Certification provides business, government, and industry a means by which to ensure security professionals have the necessary skills to design, manage and maintain security controls within a built and critical infrastructure environment.
The construction and engineering industries will be significantly disrupted as the IoT transitions from a The Internet of Things Security Institute (IoTSI) announced today that it has released the SCCISP (Smart Cities & Critical Infrastructure Security Professional ) Foundation Certification FOUNDATION Issuewire www.Issuewire.com new technology into a standard feature of the built environment. While an environment that fully integrates your preferences and activities can offer almost limitless opportunities, this shift can also expose smart eco-systems and all those and "things" associated with them to the increased likelihood of cyber attacks. Whilst a city, precinct, or building that fully integrates your preferences and activities can offer almost limitless opportunities, this shift can also expose service delivery and critical infrastructure to the increased likelihood of cyber attacks.