Using AI to create artificial fingerprints that can unlock strangers’ phones… abusing electric vehicle charging stations to overwhelm the power grid… exploiting 3D printer technology to execute an all-new form of supply chain attack…

These may have once sounded like far-flung ideas, but top cyber minds at New York University have been actively exploring such scenarios in cutting-edge research detailed yesterday at a special roundtable discussion hosted by the NYU Center for Cybersecurity at the Tandon School of Engineering in Brooklyn.

Students work on an ATM-hacking challenge.

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