Mouser Electronics, Inc., the New Product Introduction (NPI) leader that empowers innovation, announces the release of the second and third issues of Methods, its technology and solutions e-zine. Issue two, titled “Data Security”, features in-depth analyses of relevant security topics, while issue three revisits Mouser’s best technical content from 2017. Find all issues of Methods plus the Data Security: Think Like a Hacker webinar at Mouser’s Applications & Technologies site: www.mouser.com/applications.
The second issue of Methods features a multi-faceted view of the current data security landscape, with reporting from industry experts and Mouser’s own thought leaders on topics such as encryption and securing industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Recognising the complexities of the “data security triad” of protecting confidentiality, integrity, and availability, the Data Security issue offers a thorough understanding of the challenges facing today’s leading component manufacturers, as well as the most up-to-date efforts to stay ahead of cyberattacks.
Issue three collects 2017’s best articles, blogs, projects, and more from Mouser’s technical content experts. Writing on subjects from drones and augmented reality to Bluetooth 5 and autonomous vehicles, Mouser’s authors continued to prove that Mouser is a leading source of technical knowledge for engineers.
“Our latest issues of Methods give readers a more nuanced understanding of data security and the most important technologies of 2017,” said Kevin Hess, senior vice president of marketing at Mouser Electronics. “The second issue is a valuable follow-up for those who have seen our recent webinar with Anitian Corporation, and the Best of 2017 issue lets readers catch up on Mouser’s in-depth reporting they have missed throughout the year.”
Supporting the Methods e-zine, Mouser’s Application & Technologies site offers a collection of associated content, including the Data Security: Think Like a Hacker webinar, e-books from Mouser’s Shaping Smarter Cities series with Grant Imahara, articles and blogs, and a link to subscribe to Methods.