Reviewing the status of robot cybersecurity
Safety requires security in robotics
Red teaming the Robot Operating System in industry
Disrupting ROS and ROS-Industrial communications by attacking underlying network protocols
Monthly reports on robot cybersecurity vulnerabilities - May and June 2020
IT, OT, IoT and Robotics, a security comparison
Robotics and its compromised new supply chain
The robotics air gap is a network security measure employed wherein the robot is assumed to be physically isolated from insecure networks. Robots however are networks of devices by definition. Networks of networks. The air gap is a dead myth in robotics.
A total of 67 robot cybersecurity flaws were reported in April 2020 according to the Robot Vulnerability Database (RVD), all of them vulnerabilities applying and confirmed to Universal Robots.
Universal Robots delivers unprotected Intellectual Property through their insecure development platform, Universal Robots+. More than 600 partners affected have already submitted their Plug-and-Produce products to an insecure platform for robots.
Tenths of thousands of users of Universal Robots are using insecure technology that might easily lead to safety hazards. This article argues about why and how we reached this situation and proposes some thoughts and advice on the matter.
Quality, safety and security are often misunderstood, mistaken or disregarded in robotics. This article argues about these terms and their relationship in the context of robotics, ultimately concluding that more work is required to meet the expectations the general public has for these systems.
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