This discussion presents specific use cases in Additive and Subtractive Manufacturing (Distributed Digital Manufacturing, Integrity/Traceability of the Digital Thread) from the perspective of an experienced hacker, and provides pragmatic strategies to mitigate cyber threats by thwarting the hacker ‘business model’. Citing real-world exploits Irdeto has encountered and mitigated (ref: Irdeto Annual Global B2B Cybersecurity Report) as examples of how a ‘common sense’ approach to cybersecurity can be used to open new manufacturing business models.
Attendees will be able to:
- understand a cybersecurity methodology for Additive / Subtractive Manufacturing based upon thwarting the hacker ‘business model’
- understand a pragmatic approach of applying cybersecurity to address relevant quality control issues and repeatibility in Distributed Digital Manufacturing models
- understand how specific cybersecurity strategies can be used practically to open new business models and provide tangible competitive advantages