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Robot Security
Threat Model

See what your security landscape looks like.

Threat modeling is about identifying and reporting security threats applied to a robot and/or its components (both software and hardware) while providing means to address or mitigate them.

It aids you to theoretically analyse and evaluate all your infrastructure and system.

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Why do you need a security threat model?

Security threat model will help you find security bugs early, understand your security requirements accurately and engineer and deliver better solutions.

Threat model report contains...

Architecture Data Flow

Application components and trust boundaries

Description of the threat

Risk assessment

Entry points

Attacks

Mitigations

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Attack Trees

Process of
threat modeling

1st step Kick-off and documentation request Our engineers meet your technical team, explain our approach and capture the use case that will be studied. 2nd step System’s understanding We request relevant information to capture your system's elements and interactions while further diving into the use case. 3rd step Researching the attack vectors Using well known methodologies, we dive into threat analysis and report on the most relevant findings. 4th step Mitigations for threats For each one of the security threats we propose actions to prevent its exploitation. 5th step Review and re-assessment We re-assess that our models match what you're aiming to build by checking with you directly and re-adjusting if necessary. 6th step Final meeting and results We deliver the results including a final report while discussing together the mitigations and the next steps. Start! Get your report
1st step Kick-off and documentation request Our engineers meet your technical team,explain our approach and capture theuse case that will be studied. 2nd step We request relevant information to captureyour system's elements and interactionswhile further diving into the use case. 5th step Review and re-assessment We re-assess that our models match what you'reaiming to build by checking with youdirectly and re-adjusting if neccessary. 3rd step Using well known methodologies, we diveinto threat analysis and report on themost relevant findings. 4th step Mitigations for threats For each one of the security threats wepropose actions to prevent its exploitation. System’s understanding attack vectors Researching the 6th step Final meeting and results We deliver the results including a finalreport while discussing together themitigations and the next steps.

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