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Powerful Machine Learning Brings Complex Security Challenges Stephen Evanczuk
Even as machine learning spreads more broadly and penetrates more deeply into everyday life, it introduces a particularly insidious type of security threat.

A Simple Guide to Wi-Fi Standards Phil Hipol
Over the years, as wireless technology has evolved, so has the IEEE 802.11 standard, hence the different letters after the 802.11 designation. As Wi-Fi increases in scope and speed, network engineers should understand these designations and what they represent.

Will IoT Security Solutions Trickle Down or Bubble Up? Stephen Evanczuk
Internet of Things (IoT) security is complex because of the diverse mix of hardware, software, and data involved across multiple layers of various large-scale applications. Despite the increase in security mechanisms and services, IoT security remains fractured and needs a more unified approach.

Insights From Sensors Expo 2018 John Koon
Sensors Expo 2018 was full of insights from keynote speakers and cutting-edge products and technologies from top-notch manufacturers like Maxim Integrated, Microchip, STMicroelectronics, and Bosch. Read on to see what the buzz is all about!

IoT World 2018: Executive Keynote Highlights Paul Golata
IoT World 2018! According to executive keynote speakers, crucial industries to watch include energy, smart grid, agriculture, healthcare, transportation safety, smart cities and homes, and autonomous vehicles. Key technologies supporting advances in these areas include sensors, edge computing, data security, digital twinning, open source, RF wireless, AI, data management, and more. Here’s a look at the keynote presentations, as told by your favorite Mouser Electronics engineer.

Why IoT Success Hangs on Interoperability Stephen Evanczuk
The challenges of interoperability add significant costs to the development of an individual IoT application and drastically limit the ability to achieve the full value of complex multi-system applications. While standards organizations are hard at work in addressing different facets of the interoperability puzzle, a more direct approach offers hope.

Biometrics Address Password Flaws Steven Keeping
Password security is flawed—as Hawaiians recently found to their cost—because it relies on humans to create a memorable yet tough-to-hack secret phrase. Biometrics, pioneered by the smartphone’s fingerprint scanner, offers a better alternative.

"Think Like a Hacker" Part 2: Building Secure Systems Andrew Plato
From the security experts at Anitian in partnership with Mouser, here are tangible steps you can take to improve your development processes and minimize risk in the systems you design.

Robots in the Spotlight at 2018 Winter Olympics Barry Manz
The Olympic Games have become as much a showcase for a country’s high-tech capabilities as they are for the sporting events, but this year’s Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea takes this trend to a whole new level.

Tech Scores a TD at Super Bowl LII Barry Manz
Super Bowl LII fans in the stands will expect flawless cellular and Wi-Fi performance, and viewers at home will expect multi-view, action-packed, real-time coverage. The mammoth technology infrastructure supporting Super Bowl LII should deliver on both.

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