In the IoT era when a device is connected via the Internet, we can enjoy a great deal of convenience with the use of such devices, but a large number of users are not concerned about the attack from a third party. It is also meaningful for the user to have such a consciousness, but the person providing devices needs more specialized knowledge and awareness of the security. For such demands, a special education program called enPiT is held to provide an opportunity for undergraduate students to learn about cutting-edge information technologies and aims to cultivate human resources who have acquired the ability to solve specific problems in society. In this paper, we introduce the contents of \enPiT-Security advanced PBL exercise G" held in Okayama University and describe the helpfulness of the exercise and room for improvement based on the students' comments.
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