What are encryption and decryption, and how are they used to secure the World Wide Web?
- [Instructor] Welcome to video … of internet security and cryptography. … In this video, internet security and cryptography, … we'll be looking at how to be safe … and secure in the World Wide Web. … So, when it comes to securing the internet of things, … we are dealing with the threats, … that can physically harm an individual life, … either directly or indirectly. … The increased number of connected devices … with unique IP addresses and the ability … to push the data over the network, … can be a gate opener for hackers. … In order to make the IoT network fully secure, … we need to make sure that the device data, … including the meta-data, which … includes device IP addresses and the port number … of the source and destination, … is end-to-end validated and encrypted. … Let me introduce very famous personalities … of the computer science, Alice and Bob, … who sign up for a simple chat service and say hello, hi. … It is important to know in the world of internet, … the data packets that you send …
- Hardware considerations
- IoT communication protocols
- Internet security and cryptography
- Working with PubNub
- Designing the project architecture
- Securing a custom domain
- Creating rules for admin and non-admin users
- Integrating sensors with Raspberry Pi
Skill Level Intermediate
Raspberry Pi: Home Monitoring and Controlwith David Ross1h 29m Intermediate
1. The Internet of Things and Communication Models
2. Project 1: Anti-Theft Motion Detector
3. Security and Communication Protocols on IoT
4. Project 2: Full Duplex IoT Server and AWS Deployment
5. Project 3: Secure HTTPS IoT Server and User Login
6. Project 4: User and Device Authorization Dashboards
7. Project 5: Atmosphere Monitoring System
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