Strategy consulting firm Katalyse recently completed a survey of safety and security for connected systems and objects that revealed high demand for training programs and know-how in these fields. Safety and security risks are the number-one hurdle to the adoption of connected and embedded objects—ideal targets for the main kinds of threats. When it comes to connected objects, confidentiality, integrity, and availability are the three key properties of safety and security.
In the wake of the study, IRT Nanoelec’s Training program is currently working with industrial partners to create training programs to meet their needs. The study highlighted two high-demand profiles: cybersecurity risk prevention for information systems and information risk and security management.
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