Alias Robotics discovers numerous and dangerous vulnerabilities in the Robot Operating System’s (ROS) communications that can have “devastating consequences”
Alias Robotics discover about 15 dangerous vulnerabilities affecting DDS, the default communications middleware of ROS 2 and propose tools to detect them.
Safety, Security and Performance in Robotics - A workshop led by the European Commission
Alias Robotics will participate as guest speaker in a workshop about what's needed for the safety validation of cobots led by the led by the European Commission and members of the AI Data Robotics Partnership EU
Grand Opening of CS4R Lab Munich: the first robot cybersecurity laboratory in the world, by Alias Robotics and Telefónica Tech
On September 22nd, Alias Robotics, Telefónica Tech worldwide leader in IoT and Managed Security Services and the world's first laboratory dedicated exclusively to innovation in cyber security for robots, at the Wayra Innovation
Alias Robotics and Trend Micro to lead the fight against cybercrime in robotics
Alias Robotics and Trend Micro to lead the fight against cybercrime in robotics. Their researchers demonstrate at Black Hat 2021 (Las Vegas) how industrial robots are fully exposed to hackers and disclose a methodology to study robot hardware architectures.
From robot security researchers to manage robot vulnerabilities as a CNA - Alias Robotics talks about engagement with MITRE as a CVE Numbering Authority for robotics.
Alias Robotics is CNA since 2020. From then on, we have referenced more than 30 CVEs. Not only from our research but Third-parties robot-related vulnerabilities reports. We explain our procedure to get a CVE and why the conventional scoring method is not entirely valid for robot vulnerabilities.
"2021 is a milestone year for robot cybersecurity" - Endika Gil-Uriarte, CEO at Alias Robotics, talks on the latest robot security news.
Industrial production lines have been interconnected between them but disconnected from IT. Connectivity technologies are changing this landscape. However, these technological advances have evolved faster than their protection technologies. Our CEO answers some of the most asked questions.
Robot Cybersecurity arrives to Professional Education thanks to Alias Robotics
TKNIKA has installed RIS at the Universal Robots UR3 of their SIF-400 didactic installation, where the Robot Immune System will work hand by hand with the newest industrial technologies. This is the first case of many in the educational market segment.
Alias Robotics Releases Robot Immune System (RIS) version 2.2.2
Release of the Robot Immune System (RIS) 2.2.2 to our customers, a security certified software solution for robots and robot components that protects them against cyberattacks. New security patches, bug fixes, modularity, security certification and more robots.
Securing robot endpoints in Operational Technology (OT) environments
Robots have their own networks, technologies, safety requirements and business priorities, all of which must be addditionally uniquely addressed to secure robots effectively. We extend KICS with RIS to protect robots and prevent safety hazards.
Collaboration with Eleven Paths in the XV International Industrial Cybersecurity Congress
Alias Robotics will be, in collaboration with Eleven Paths, in the XV International Industrial Cybersecurity Congress talking about Cybersecurity in the industrial environment and how RIS can help protecting robots.