On-site (either in your office or in ours) direct robot hacking. Relevant attacks are performed on the robot in order to confirm flaws including or erratic behavior.
This exercise produces a realistic output and allows Alias Robotics' engineers to provide a direct practical assessment of the robot insecurities.
This type of assessment is generally performed in a black-boxed manner where Alias doesn't have access to additional resources except what's publicly available.
Robot penetration testing allows you to get a realistic and practical input of how vulnerable your robot is within a scope. We challenge the security of your robots and exploit the identified vulnerabilities and weaknesses.
(for each flaw)
(required for mitigation)
(e.g. RVSS or CVSS)