Full-scope and multi-layered targeted (with specific goals) offensive attack simulation designed to measure how well your robotic technology can withstand an attack.
This exercise produces an accurate measure of a given robotics technology’s preparedness for remaining resilient against cyber-attacks.
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. Red teaming will look for vulnerabilities but only for those that will maximize damage and meet the selected goals.
Robot red teaming is a targeted offensive cyber security exercise, suitable for use cases that have been already exposed to security flaws. While robot penetration testing is much more effective at providing a thorough list of vulnerabilities and improvements to be made, a red team assessment provides a more accurate measure of a given technology’s preparedness for remaining resilient against cyber-attacks.
(to meet predefined goals)
(required for mitigation)
(identify attack sources and interests)
Can ROS be used securely for industrial use cases? The present study analyzes this question experimentally by performing a targeted offensive security exercise in a synthetic industrial use case involving ROS-Industrial and ROS packages.