PSA Certified Foundational Training Course

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Enter the PSA Certified Foundational Training Course which has been developed by the world-class training team at Arm, one of the PSA Certified co-founders. This training course has been designed for decision makers and architects to learn more about the PSA Certified scheme, why it’s important and how it can be used.

The PSA Certified Foundational Training Course is split into two chapters, which you can access below completely free of charge. You can also access this course (and many others) if you subscribe to Arm On-demand Total Access Training.

Chapter 1.1
Why PSA Certified

Chapter 1.1 has six short videos covering why PSA Certified is important. It also covers some of the key elements of the scheme including the three levels of PSA Certified and an introduction to the PSA Certified 10 Security Goals.

Chapter 1.2
PSA Certified 10 Security Goals

Chapter 1.2 covers a more in depth look at the PSA Certified 10 Security Goals. The PSA Certified 10 Security Goals is a foundational baseline for all connected devices to meet and provides a key component of PSA Certified Level 1 security certification.

Chapter 2.1
Threat Modeling Overview

Chapter 2 introduces one of the most important aspects of security implementation: Threat Modeling. When we surveyed IoT decision makers we were shocked to hear that only 47% carry out a threat model for every new product. This is alarming as threat models are a key best practice resource to ensuring that security is implemented correctly.

This is precisely why we have covered threat modeling in our training course. There are many ways to do carry out Threat Modeling and in this module, we cover some of the key methodologies. There are four videos in this chapter.

Chapter 2.2: Threat Modeling Methodologies

In chapter 2.2 we continue the threat modeling content, but this time exploring four key methodologies: NIST Cybersecurity Framework, STRIDE, DREAD and ENISA.

Coming Soon: Additional Modules

Our training program is always expanding, and we’ll be adding some additional modules in Q2 2021 including: