Jennifer McArdle a Research Associate and a CReST Fellow in the Center for Revolutionary Scientific Thought at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies was quoted regarding cybersecurity in a November article of National Defense Magazine. The article discusses 3D printing for the military:

“It’s going to be a digital supply chain, so the military will be sending CAD files to their 3D printers that are forward deployed. Those designs could be manipulated” by a malicious actor, said Jennifer McArdle.

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