Robot Security Framework (RSF), a standardized methodology to perform security assessments in robotics

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      #Announcement(Security) #Product [ via IoTForIndiaGroup ]
      #Organizer : Alias Robots #StartDateTime : 26 Jan 2019


      Robots have gained relevance in society, increasingly performing critical tasks. Nonetheless, robot security is being underestimated. Robotics security is a complex landscape, which often requires a cross-disciplinar perspective to which classical security lags behind. To address this issue, we present the Robot Security Framework (RSF), a methodology to perform systematic security assessments in robots. We propose, adapt and develop specific terminology and provide guidelines to enable a holistic security assessment following four main layers (Physical, Network, Firmware and Application). We argue that modern robotics should regard as equally relevant internal and external communication security. Finally, we advocate against “security by obscurity”. We conclude that the field of security in robotics deserves further research efforts


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