Intentional defects could save your 3D printing files from cyber theft, NYU researchers say

Intentional defects could save your 3D printing files from cyber theft, NYU researchers say

A group of researchers at NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering has found a way to prevent 3D printing hacks and cyber theft. By deliberately embedding flaws in CAD files, the researchers say they can combat intellectual property theft. For most of us, the prospect of having our personal CAD files stolen seems a remote possibility. But with 3D printing use growing by the day, intellectual property in the form of 3D models is becoming more and more precious—lose it, and your company’s unique 3D printable product could become worthless. That’s why a group of researchers from New York University’s […]

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