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3D Printing Ushers In Wave of New Cybersecurity Risks
AM used in a production capacity can be susceptible to design IP theft, counterfeiting and malicious operational interference. Here’s what some researchers and vendors are doing to mitigate risk.
3D Printing Ushers In Wave of New Cybersecurity Risks
AM used in a production capacity can be susceptible to design IP theft, counterfeiting and malicious operational interference. Here’s what some researchers and vendors are doing to mitigate risk.
Security in the Era of Cloud
Stolen credentials are a greater threat than stolen laptops.
LDRA Partners with Siemens to Boost Traceability and Verification for Critical Embedded Systems
LDRA tool suite integration features bidirectional traceability, automates impact analysis and enables Polarion users to reduce the cost of compliance with safety-critical standards, company reports.
Is 3D Printing a Security Threat?
According to RAND's Additive Manufacturing in 2040: Powerful Enabler, Disruptive Threat report, 3D printers may pose a risk to personal, national and international security.
Industrial Internet Consortium Announces Smart Printing Factory Testbed
IIC testbed automates print production and predictive maintenance.
Dell Technologies and Microsoft Collaborate to Simplify Delivery of IoT Solutions
Companies join forces to build secure, intelligent edge-to-cloud solution featuring Dell Edge Gateways, VMware Pulse IoT Center and Microsoft Azure IoT Edge.
Embedded Software: The Heart of the IIoT
The increasing momentum of the IIoT and the growing footprint of open-source software promise to foster the proliferation of embedded software-empowered intelligent devices and smart sensors.
HP Launches Secure Large-Format Printers for GIS mapping
HP adds HP Secure Boot and Whitelisting to HP DesignJet T1700 printers for enterprise and government.
Swissbit Focused on Security
Security will be the focus for Swissbit, manufacturer of industrial flash memory solutions, at embedded world 2018 in Nuremberg, Germany.
CPU Design Flaw Leaves Billions of Devices Vulnerable to Attack
Make sure your engineering workstation and cloud services are patched against Meltdown and Spectre attacks.
Using Tech to Secure Tech
Security technology is constantly improving. But with data breaches making news with what seems to be increasing regularity, it’s understandable that many companies have second thoughts about making the leap into cloud computing or rolling out connected devices.
Pushing Security from the Cloud to Every Endpoint in Today’s IoT
As high value content now flows throughout the IoT, devices are saddled with communicating high-value information via an IoT connection. As a result, the security threat has greatly increased for all connected IoT devices.
Movement Mortgage: On the Move
Movement Mortgage protects sensitive financial data and keeps pace with rapid growth with security, Dell EMC networking and support.
HP Z Workstations Feature Virtual Reality, Machine Learning
The HP Z8, Z6 and Z4 Desktop Workstations are reportedly equipped to support the fields of virtual reality, machine learning and advanced design.
iS5 Communications Releases Its First RAPTOR Beta Units
iS5 Communications Inc. releases RAPTOR, a next-generation cybersecure industrial platform designed for industrial IoT/Industry 4.0 applications to its first beta customers.



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