Apr 17, 2018 – by Clare Scott A big concern for anyone in the 3D printing industry is intellectual property security. When you’re working with digital supply chains there are unique risks, but fortunately dedicated companies have arisen with the purpose of securing those supply chains and protecting that intellectual property. One of those companies is Identify3D, a San ..
MARCH 26TH 2018 – MICHAEL PETCH How do you product 3D printing enterprises against cyber-security risks? Earlier this month the Digital Manufacturing Design and Innovation Institute (DMDII) launched a a $750,000 Cyber Hub for Manufacturing intending to tackle the issue of cyber-espionage attacks against the manufacturing sector. The seed funding comes from the U.S. Department of Defense ..
8/14/17 Data Encryption Secures The Digital Value Chain Through its strategic partnership with Identify3D, Siemens is offering new ways of protecting the manufacturing processes Data encrypted in NX – decrypted in SINUMERIK 840D sl Stringent security solution along the digital value chain The new security solution will be presented at the EMO 2017 trade fair ..
8/24/2017 – Last year, global software company Siemens announced that it would be expanding its Frontier Partner Program, an initiative that partners with startups and gives them access to Siemens’ technology. One of the additions to the program at that time was Identify3D, a company that provides security and traceability software for digital manufacturing. The partnership has worked out ..
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. (PRWEB) AUGUST 24, 2017 Today, Identify3D, a software provider for digital manufacturing security and traceability, announced its partnership with global technology leader Siemens to advance their Digital Factory. Identify3D will integrate its technology with Siemens’ Sinumerik computer-numerical control (CNC) and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software. These integrations will be demonstrated on-site at the ..