RESOURCES

Listed are a number of articles, reviews, reports on Secure Distributed AM.
(Please leave your details at the bottom of this page if you would like to add to this page)

“Will Additive Manufacturing ever be a secure solution for production or just a worrying vulnerability?”
Philip Reeves, Linkedin (11 September 2019)

“How Blockchain technology could help protect new 3D printing devices from security challenges of tomorrow”
Patrick Kingsland, NS Medical Devices (13 March, 2020)

“Copyright Protection in Additive Manufacturing with Blockchain Approach”
Martin Holland, Prostep (October 2017, IOS Press)

”Security of additive manufacturing: Attack taxonomy and survey”
Mark Yampolskiy (May 2018, Elsevier Additive Manufacturing)

“Blockchain in additive manufacturing. Demonstrating a blockchain approach for the registration and tracking of 3D printed components during their entire lifecycle”
Arlene Lo (3D Printing Industry, August 2019)

“How 3D printing is ideally situated to help during the COVID-19 crisis. Here are some great stories of automotive companies using their deep history of innovation, collaboration, and technological expertise in design, manufacturing, and 3D printing to help”
Judy Cubiss, Global Marketing Lead Industrial Machinery, SAP (28 April 2020)

“Safety Considerations for Additive Manufacturing and 3-D Printing. 3D printing has existed for more than 30 years, but the rate of adoption of this technology is expanding and codes are in a race to catch up”
Paul D. Bates, Tony Robertson (24 February, 2020, UL)

“Cyber Security for Additive Manufacturing. 3D Printing has the potential to revolutionize manufacturing and there is substantial concern for the security of the storage, transfer and execution of 3-D models across digital networks and systems”
Susan Bridges, Nathan Sissom, Ken Keiser, Sara J. Graves (April 2015) 
 
“Characteristic Aspects of Additive Manufacturing Security from Security Awareness Perspectives”
Lynne Graves, Joshua Lubell, Mark Yampolskiy, Wayne King (29 July, 2019, US National Institute of standards and  Technology)
 
IOSPress
“IP protection and security in Additive Manufacturing. Characteristic Aspects of Additive Manufacturing Security from Security Awareness Perspectives”
Abraham George, Anthony Newell, Nikolaos Papakostas, 2018, research article, IOS Press)
read more
“Is blockchain 3D printing’s guardian angel?”
Mark Jones (19 June 2019, THQ Technology & Business)
 
“A Review of Industry 4.0 Manufacturing Process Security Risks”
Jaco Prinsloo, Saurabh Sinha, Basie von Solms (November 2019, article MDPI Applied Sciences)
 
“The Implications of the Development of Industrial 3D Printing, an EU report commissioned to Bournemouth University”
Dinusha Mendis, Jan Bernd Nordemann, Rosa Maria Ballardini, Hans Brorsen, Maria del Carmen Calatrava Moreno, Julie Robson, Phill Dickens (February, 2020)
 
The next challenge: Workflow automation of 3D printing
“AM production facilities have not been designed (yet) to process high volumes, let alone a combination high volumes and high mix output “
Carlos Zwikker, AM-Flow (January, 2021)
 
Evolving Cybersecurity in the Industrial Supply Chain.
As digital transformation is spreading within the industrial environment, cybersecurity is becoming more and more important across the board, and the challenges that lie in the management of OT/ICS cybersecurity.

RESOURCES

Listed are a number of articles, reviews, reports on Secure Distributed AM.
Please leave your details here if you would like to add to this page.

“Will Additive Manufacturing ever be a secure solution for production or just a worrying vulnerability?”
Philip Reeves, Linkedin (11 September 2019)

“How Blockchain technology could help protect new 3D printing devices from security challenges of tomorrow”
Patrick Kingsland, NS Medical Devices (13 March, 2020)

“Copyright Protection in Additive Manufacturing with Blockchain Approach”
Martin Holland, Prostep (October 2017, IOS Press)

”Security of additive manufacturing: Attack taxonomy and survey”
Mark Yampolskiy (May 2018, Elsevier Additive Manufacturing)

“Blockchain in additive manufacturing. Demonstrating a blockchain approach for the registration and tracking of 3D printed components during their entire lifecycle”
Arlene Lo (3D Printing Industry, August 2019)

“How 3D printing is ideally situated to help during the COVID-19 crisis. Here are some great stories of automotive companies using their deep history of innovation, collaboration, and technological expertise in design, manufacturing, and 3D printing to help”
Judy Cubiss, Global Marketing Lead Industrial Machinery, SAP (28 April 2020)

“Safety Considerations for Additive Manufacturing and 3-D Printing. 3D printing has existed for more than 30 years, but the rate of adoption of this technology is expanding and codes are in a race to catch up”
Paul D. Bates, Tony Robertson (24 February, 2020, UL)

“Cyber Security for Additive Manufacturing. 3D Printing has the potential to revolutionize manufacturing and there is substantial concern for the security of the storage, transfer and execution of 3-D models across digital networks and systems”
Susan Bridges, Nathan Sissom, Ken Keiser, Sara J. Graves (April 2015) 
 
“Characteristic Aspects of Additive Manufacturing Security from Security Awareness Perspectives”
Lynne Graves, Joshua Lubell, Mark Yampolskiy, Wayne King (29 July, 2019, US National Institute of standards and  Technology)
 
IOSPress
“IP protection and security in Additive Manufacturing. Characteristic Aspects of Additive Manufacturing Security from Security Awareness Perspectives”
Abraham George, Anthony Newell, Nikolaos Papakostas, 2018, research article, IOS Press)
read more
“Is blockchain 3D printing’s guardian angel?”
Mark Jones (19 June 2019, THQ Technology & Business)
 
“A Review of Industry 4.0 Manufacturing Process Security Risks”
Jaco Prinsloo, Saurabh Sinha, Basie von Solms (November 2019, article MDPI Applied Sciences)
 
“The Implications of the Development of Industrial 3D Printing, an EU report commissioned to Bournemouth University”
Dinusha Mendis, Jan Bernd Nordemann, Rosa Maria Ballardini, Hans Brorsen, Maria del Carmen Calatrava Moreno, Julie Robson, Phill Dickens (February, 2020)
 
The next challenge: Workflow automation of 3D printing
“AM production facilities have not been designed (yet) to process high volumes, let alone a combination high volumes and high mix output “
Carlos Zwikker, AM-Flow (January, 2021)
 

Evolving Cybersecurity in the Industrial Supply Chain.
As digital transformation is spreading within the industrial environment, cybersecurity is becoming more and more important across the board, and the challenges that lie in the management of OT/ICS cybersecurity.

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