Device management 101: Monitoring and securing IoT data and communications

March 17, 2017 OpenSystems Media

Whether collecting a simple room temperature reading or capturing a video frame for analysis, the Internet of Things (IoT) enables us to collect huge amounts of data for analysis then send out data in the form of commands or as human-readable data. The diversity of end devices makes this task difficult at best as it involves myriad data types and protocols. Join us on March 22 at 11 a.m. EDT for day two of Embedded University’s Device Management 101 series, entitled “Monitoring and Securing IoT Data and Communications,” wherein we will discuss how to ensure the safety, security, and integrity of that data from its source to its intended destination.

In this class, led by Charles J. Lord, PE, President and Chief Trainer at Blue Ridge Advanced Design and Automation, we will look at various methods we can use in our device design to effectively monitor and secure our data flow throughout the entire IoT network. Also, we will look at ways that we can approach communications issues with different protocols and physical layers in our network, which often consist of legacy devices that were not originally designed for the robustness required in the IoT.

Register for the class here.

Jamie Leland, Content Assistant
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