The second part of the afternoon will be focusing towards (some) solutions that provide security by looking into the responsibility of all those involved in the robotics value chain. When the end users don’t ask for cyber security, the manufacturers are not incentivized to build it in. When the system integrators forget about end to end security, and there is lack of understanding on the complexity and the requirements in providing cyber security solutions, researchers still continue to focus on various attack vectors and identify vulnerabilities that can be exploited. During the debate, participants will be asked to qualify their main areas of interest and focus for solutions and will be driven towards the understanding of the need for an integrated approach.
Endika Gil Uriarte, Ulrich Seldeslachts
Víctor Mayoral Vilches, ALIAS ROBOTICS
Mayoral will share some of the latest developments in securing ROS and ROS2. He’ll discuss how industrial robots require Zero Trust network architectures and will introduce RIS, (Robot Immune System) an EPP for Industrial robots that empowers this reality.
Stefan Rass, ALPEN ANDRIA UNIVERSITY
Dr. Stefan Rass an expert in the security field will discuss why access control is critical in robotics. Rass will leverage on a comparative overview of the different methods in use, such as discretionary, mandatory, role-based, etc. and models like Bell-LaPadula. Do not miss this one! Sponsored by Alias robotics.
Ulrich Seldeslachts, LSEC-TRINITY
Shared roles & responsibilities, risk based approach (what to put in an RFP?) Industry Value chain definition Raising the awareness of cyber security in robotics, conclusions on CSFR19, Bilbao Cyber security by design, Vulnerabilities and Mitigation Strategies, Standardization & Responsible Disclosure
Endika Gil Uriarte, ALIAS ROBOTICS
Endika will provide a wrap-up pointing at the very latest results on the Robot Security Survey poll that’s been open for a few months now. Gain more insights about how the robot security market is shaping up.
Tech update session - Room 3
FYCMA - Palacio de Ferias y Congresos de Málaga
Av. de José Ortega y Gasset,
201, 29006 Málaga, Spain
March 3rd, 2020 - 15:30 CET