Mouser Electronics, Inc., the industry’s leading New Product Introduction (NPI) distributor with the widest selection of semiconductors and electronic components, will host a special one-hour webinar on data security on Sept. 27 at 11 a.m. CDT. Data Security: Think Like a Hacker will address the very latest in cyberthreats, precautions, challenges, solutions and safeguards. Registration is now open at http://mou.sr/anitianweb.
Hackers don’t follow the rules; they create their own. They don’t see a company’s products as elegant designs that solve problems, but instead as a means to an end. Mouser and GlobalSpec have partnered with leading security consulting company Anitian to help individuals and companies design security at the board level. To build safer, more resilient technologies, organisations need to start integrating security into every dimension of product development.
Mouser’s webinar will examine the latest trends and best practices to build security into your designs from the start. To help organisations to begin protecting against cybercrime, the webinar focuses on the following key topics:
- Pwned – The Classic Kill Chain
- I, Hacker – How a Hacker Sees Your Product
- Hack Product Development
“Data security is one of the most critical challenges for design engineers today, and Mouser recognises the importance in offering this timely webinar,” said Kevin Hess, senior vice president of marketing at Mouser. “We take great pride in providing our customers not only with the newest, most advanced products but also the information and technical know-how they need to succeed.”
The featured speaker for the webinar is Andrew Plato, CEO of Anitian and a trusted name in security intelligence with clients worldwide. Plato will relay to attendees how systems get hacked, ten areas of systems and products that hackers focus on, and how to add security to the product development process.
After the broadcast on Sept. 27, Mouser will host the recorded webinar on its website, Mouser.com. For more information on security and other aspects of design, visit Mouser’s Applications & Technologies sites.