In this course, we inform you in six lectures about cybersecurity within the security industry. The first lecture explains the terms cybersecurity and computer hacking, followed by a second lecture about product cybersecurity. The third lecture addresses vulnerabilities and explains vulnerability management within the security industry. The fourth lecture shows how to hack an IP camera and what to do to prevent this. The fifth lecture explains the privacy perspective within the security industry and the final lecture concludes with a session on how to implement cybersecurity in practice.
This lecture explains the terms cybersecurity and computer hacking. It also provides an introduction to software vulnerabilities within the security industry. This lecture forms the foundation and sets the scene for the rest of the course.
This lecture explains the term ‘computer vulnerabilities’. This lecture discusses what are vulnerabilities, how are vulnerabilities found and how are vulnerabilities made public. It also shows the importance of good vulnerability management in today’s security world.
In this lecture, a well-known ethical hacker shows how to hack an IP camera. This lecture describes the configuration and software vulnerabilities of a camera and how to exploit these. During this lecture also tips will be provided how to prevent these computer penetrations.
This lecture provides an overview of the current privacy legislation (GDPR), which is applicable to the security industry. It shows the different privacy responsibilities for the customer/end-user, installer and manufacturer of security cameras and provide guidance how to deal with privacy in certain use cases.
This lecture shows how the previous lectures can be implemented in practice. This lecture shows the cybersecurity risks towards a security camera and which security settings are build-in into the products that can be applied to counter the cybersecurity risks.