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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Work From Home Cybersecurity Tips for Engineers Clive Maxfield
Like many, I’m worried about cybersecurity. Is what I have good enough? With many engineers suddenly working from home, protecting their data is a priority. We’ll explore home-based security options that help protect important information, no matter where your office is set up.

Security Fundamentals Begin with Patching: The Importance of Vulnerability Management in Preventing Attacks Jeff Fellinge
Drive down risk to your devices, systems, and networks by ensuring you have in place a robust vulnerability management process that combines policy and practice to reliably keep your systems running up-to-date software and all recommended security updates.

Identify Anomalous Device Behavior Through Logging and Alerting Jeff Fellinge
Logging and alerting are fundamental tools for detecting not only errors and creating maintenance tickets but also helping defenders detect attackers by piecing together individual events into a bigger picture.

Securing Embedded Systems in Industrial Environments Jeremy Cook
As industrial machinery becomes more and more automated, engineers and IT personnel must take security into account. Engineers must also design hardware with security in mind, a task made easier with Maxim’s DeepCover Security Reference Design.

“Think Like a Hacker” Part 1: Mindset, Kill Chain, and More Andrew Plato
Hackers approach their work much differently than engineers; rather than taking a systematic approach, they take a kill chain approach to exploit system vulnerabilities. What goes on inside a hacker’s mind is entertainment, chaos, and extreme volatility, so bring some coffee, and let’s delve inside.

Part I: Use HTML-based Email, Become Famous Arden Henderson
Exploiting Doesn’t Have to be Complicated

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