This training aims to equip participants with the history, technical, legal underpinnings of the Internet, its key international policy issues and venues, and the most up to date information on internet governance discussions.
This course will focus on technical, business and regulatory aspects of Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI). It will cover Internet technologies for IoT, then IoT standards, architectures and interoperability, as well as IoT policies and regulations, including IoT security and privacy issues. The course will include IoT services in 4G and 5G mobile systems, including massive IoT and critical IoT use cases. The IoT generates large amounts of data that cannot be processed by traditional techniques, and such data is referred to as Big Data.
This course will focus on Security and Quality of Service (QoS) in Internet network from technology, regulation and business aspects. It will cover Internet fundamentals, including Internet protocols and architectures, Internet security standards and approaches as defined by IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force), as well as ITU's security architectures for end-to-end communications. Further, the course will incorporate cybersecurity approaches from the ITU viewpoint, and security aspects of emerging cloud computing and Internet of Things (IoT).
Internet and IP protocol is the winning technology in current telecommunications world. 'Over' IP is the concept that can be considered in the context of almost all today's telecommunications services. Good understanding of this 'IP world' requires not only knowledge of technical aspects, of the IP technology, but also strategic, political business issues. The course aims at presenting the current process of innovations in Internet from all of these important perspectives.