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Along with the immense promise of quantum computing come the enhanced security threats too. This has opened up a whole new field known as post quantum security. “Not only is the Universe stranger than we think, it is stranger than...
Threats include phishing trends due to the pandemic, ransomware and critical security supply chain weaknesses As per the fourth Keysight Security Report featuring key network security trends over the past year from Keysight’s Application and Threat Intelligence (ATI) Research Center,...
Usage of signal anomaly detection software protects the integrity of an instrument time and frequency outputs from cybersecurity threats Accurate timing information from network time servers is essential for mission-critical networks and other enterprise infrastructure to maintain a reliable operation....
Efficient 40nm process technology and power-saving innovations minimise energy consumption for demanding consumer and industrial applications Here's presenting a new generation of extreme power-saving microcontrollers (MCUs), the STM32U5 series that meet demanding power/performance requirements for smart applications including wearables, personal...
Consumes low power, saves board space for processing eye tracking and supports secure boot features to provide cybersecurity Optimised for entry-level, stand-alone driver monitoring systems (DMS) is the OAX8000, an AI-enabled, automotive application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC). The OAX8000 uses a stacked-die...
Supports RF design for faster time to market, wireless performance optimisation, low power and meets geographical certifications Allowing product designers to build connected devices without needing wireless-design skills is the new STM32WB5MMG, a miniature STM32 wireless microcontroller (MCU) module. It integrates...
OEMs and their module suppliers now have a simplified path to automotive network security, reduced costs and faster time to market The increasing in-vehicle network connections such as Bluetooth and LTE/5G in today's vehicles have made them more prone to...
Although attacks against bitstream encryption have been known in the past, the latest discovery is perhaps the most harmful, given that it takes advantage of the reprogrammable feature of FPGA to perform remote data breach. A field-programmable gate array (FPGA)...