robot security assessments

Alias Robotics ensures clients adopt the industry standards and best practices of cybersecurity for robotics manufacturers. All the phases of a penetration test are considered:
Robot black / grey / white box security test.

Physical Robot Hacking

Relevant attacks are performed on the robot in order to detect vulnerabilities, flaws and erratic behaviour. This exercise produces a realistic output and allows Alias Robotics to then carry out further additional tests.

Virtual Robot Hacking

For a given software, Alias Robotics builds or tests a simulation where security testing is performed.

Robot Code Testing

Alias Robotics validates the quality and actively looks for flaws and vulnerabilities within the software code.


security consulting

Alias Robotics evaluates robot user networks and advises on best practices for securing those systems.

Robotic software development lifecycle (rsdlc)

Development process analysis and improvement. The inclusion of security within the software development lifecycle helps to avoid unwanted backdoors and vulnerabilities (SecDevOps) in robots.

Robot threat analysis

Management level analysis of the robot network to identify the most likely attack vectors and the risks associated with each.


With robotics compliance projects, Alias Robotics makes sure that client’s systems are aligned with specific requirements and will not pose any hindrance to compliance methods.