Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is capable of creating revolutionary operational efficiencies in either production or facility management, but it also poses security challenges. To demonstrate the application of IIoT and teach in practice how to improve the security of hyperconnected industrial environments, TI Safe will include a hands-on IIoT module in its Industrial Automation Safety Training. The change comes to value in the first course of the year, which begins in June and is already open enrollment.
Another novelty is the expansion of the laboratory that will receive a robotic arm for the practical classes of attacks against devices used in IIoT.
The face-to-face training, with 20 class hours, will be given between the 18 and 20 days of June at the TI Safe Academy in Rio de Janeiro.
The course offers training and certification for the protection of critical infrastructures, and is suitable for professionals working in electric power generation, transmission and distribution services; water and sewage treatment plants; Oil and Gas; manufacturing industries; telecommunications; transport and logistics; financial services; production and distribution of food and safety services.