Hack a 3D Print, this technology is quickly becoming a pivotal part of many industries. With this exploding technology, a recent article published in the journal JOM highlights how 3D printing can be vulnerable to corporate espionage. As 3D printers play a larger industrial roll in our society, developing ways to attack and defend 3D […]
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