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Monday, May 16, 2016

3D Printing At Risk (Security Concerns)

3D Printing Listed As a Top At-Risk Emerging Technology in CERT Report

Tess [] | May 13, 2016

Along with technological developments and progress come inevitable concerns, often raised about security, health, and intellectual property. We saw it (and continue to see it) in the development of the internet, just as we saw it with the popularization of mobile phones. Recently, and to address the risks of newer emerging technologies, the Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT) Division of the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University issued a report identifying and detailing 10 at-risk technologies. Among them are, enterprise 3D printing, augmented reality, the connected home, networked telematics, smart medical devices, autonomous machines, smart sensors, commercial unmanned aerial vehicles, vehicle autonomy, and vehicular communication systems.


<more at; related articles and links: (2016 Emerging Technology Domains Risk Survey. Christopher King, Dan Klinedinst, Todd Lewellen, and Garret Wassermann. April 2016, Technical Report CMU/SEI-2016-TR-003, CERT® Coordination Center) and (Sounds emitted by 3D printers could put Intellectual Property at risk. March 2, 2016)>

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