Time
1 hour 44 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
2

Video Transcription

00:01
hi and welcome to lessen for death. Three. Off the End Users Cyber Fundamentals Course.
00:09
This lesson will focus on how to secure your I O T devices.
00:19
In this lesson, you will learn how to secure your i o T network devices and how to secure your i o T devices.
00:31
Let's talk about your home network.
00:34
This is the network all your I O T devices are connected to.
00:38
You can follow the security best practices to secure your home network devices.
00:45
Change the default name.
00:47
Sometimes the device names can give away the make and model information, which is very useful toe. Hackers
00:57
change all the default user names and passwords on your router and any other network devices you may have as defaults. Credentials are documented and accessible via the Internet.
01:10
Review all default privacy and security settings.
01:14
Some of the device settings
01:17
may allow more access than you desire or may have ports enables that you do not need
01:26
create a separate network for your I O T devices.
01:30
This way, if you're i o t devices get compromised, you will not put your whole network and devices at risk.
01:40
Keep software updated
01:42
for devices that allow you can turn on auto updates or be sure to periodically check to verify if there are updates for your device.
01:53
It is important to keep the security the device current. To decrease the chance of compromise.
02:00
Know what devices are connected to your network.
02:04
You can give each device its own label
02:07
so you can easily recognize what they are and quickly spot a road device connected to your network.
02:15
Disable universal plug and play.
02:19
This technology allows devices to find and connect to one another
02:23
with universal plug and play disabled.
02:27
You will have to configure each device individually.
02:30
Although this may be convenient for a non technical user, it also makes you more vulnerable to a hacker.
02:38
You can also turn on universal plug in play when you are connecting a new device and then disable it when you are finished.
02:47
Do not leave it turned on
02:50
as hackers use it for remote access to your I O T devices.
02:57
How to secure your i o T devices
03:00
Onley by from known vendors,
03:05
Disabled Universal plug and play as previously discussed.
03:10
Keep all I ot devices updated and patched Samos with your network router turn on auto update if possible,
03:21
and change all default names and credentials and review all default settings to ensure Onley the features you want to use our enabled.
03:34
Should I disabled universal plug and play?
03:38
Yes, it is recommended that you to
03:42
universal plug and play is usually enabled by default.
03:46
To make configuration seamless and transparent for the user,
03:52
you should ensure it is disabled. After your devices set up and connected
04:00
in today's lesson, we discussed how to secure your i o T device network
04:06
as well as your loyalty devices.
04:10
Thank you, and I will see you in the next lesson.

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Lisa Martino
Director, Information Security Governance, Risk & Compliance
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