IOE - Chapter 4

Transitioning to the Internet of Everything

1. What is the difference between IT and OT? (

2. How is most communication accomplished in OT?

3. Describe the 3 things that can be accomplished by converging IT and OT. (

4. Name and describe the most well-known type of M2M communication (

5. What does it mean to describe an M2P connection as being transactional? (

6. Collaborative solutions that leverage new and existing network infrastructure, devices, and applications are known as __________ connections (

7. Watch the video and briefly outline how supply chain management works. (

8. Watch the video and describe how the IOE was used to reduce the amount of downtime in the mining trucks (

9. What are the 7 listed technical requirements for an IOE business model? (

10. Read through these 5 possible constraints in implementing a IOE model. Which two are the most important (in your opinion) (

3 Layers of the Internet of Everything

11. Briefly summarize the 3 layers of the IOE  (

12. Give an example of responsive software. (

13. Describe how a store could use the IOE to decide on staffing (when employees start and stop work) (

14. What is interoperability and why is it crucial in an IOE system? (

15. Briefly describe: Moore's Law, Metcalfe's Law, and Reed's Law ( &

16. Describe some of the challenges with the growing amount of data being collected. (

17. What is one way to manage increasing bandwidth needs in the future? (

18. What is the most valuable asset to any organization? (

19. Besides information theft, describe another risk that a security breach can pose to an organization? (

20. What does it mean for internet security to pervasive? (

21. Name the four principles of network security architecture. (

22. Name and describe an IPS system. (

23. What is application-centric infrastructure (ACI)? (

24. What are the four 5 principles of wireless security? (

25. Describe network redundancy. (