Companies are starting to explore the use of additive manufacturing to transform the way products are traditionally built. While the technology is leading-edge, large companies are experimenting with it to build single parts of larger, complex products.
This technology, known as additive manufacturing (builds an object by adding ultrathin layers of material one by one), could change the way manufacturing is done in the next decade.
The use of additive manufacturing changes the traditional landscape. You can build products without large, specialized machines that are expensive and complex to manage. One of the critical components in the process is the product IP which will need to be secured in order to minimize data breach and loss.
In this webinar, we discuss a customer use case for additive manufacturing and how attribute-based policies can ensure protection of critical IP during the entire production process.
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