"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.
Robot Immune System (RIS) version 2.0.0 released
Release of the Robot Immune System (RIS) 2.0.0 to our customers, a security certified software solution for robots and robot components that protects them against cyberattacks. New security patches, bug fixes, improved pattern recognition and more robots.
Robots, our allies against the COVID-19, but who protects them?
With robots, the panorama is of great vulnerability, according to our research. Most robots out there, including most used in healthcare activities, are not designed with security in mind and expose critical flaws. Our Robot Immune System helps secure those systems.