About CSfR

Cybersecurity for Robotics (cybersecurityforrobotics.com) is the platform that unites cybersecurity, ethics and safety experts with robotics experts from manufacturers, end users, system integrators and researchers. It is dedicated to the fast evolving and demanding domain Robotics, with the aim to identify risks and opportunities in relation to Cybersecurity. Cybersecurity experts are investigating and identifying vulnerabilities of robotic systems, provide ideas and solutions on how to assess current and evolving platforms and installation s and provide valuable insights on how methodologies and technologies could be applied in current and future systems or how to best mitigate legacy platforms. Cybersecurityforrobotics.com covers the industry- and research domain investigating the cross cutting research topics related to risk management, industrial control systems security, cybersecurity, cyber-physical systems, safety, robotics, industrial control systems security, IoT, Industry 4.0, real time communication systems, privacy, AI and other related relevant domains.

This platform will be a body of knowledge and reference platform, collecting and structuring, researchers, cybersecurity experts, manufacturers, end users, use cases, research, activities (events and conferences) and other relevant materials (market data, specialized articles, … ). It serves also as the platform that aims to create further awareness about the topic and acts as an ethical supervisory body over new robotic developments that don’t take Cybersecurity seriously.

CyberSecurityforRobotics.com organises an annual conference,  in 2020 organised as a virtual conference by LSEC – Leaders In Security and 3if.eu (BE), MassRobotics (US), Alias Robotics (ES), Joanneum Research (AT), in collaboration with the TRINITY project, the European Robotics Forum, ECSO, the RODIN project, EFFRA and together with specialized cybersecurity SME’s and robotics manufacturers.


Cybersecurity for Robotics


Cybersecurity for robotics is a multidisciplinary research domain that is growing in relevance and importance due to the continuous growth of robotics systems and increase in cybersecurity and safety risks and challenges. The conference aims to bring together all dedicated researchers active in this domain and is about identifying risks, threats and vulnerabilities, safety considerations and solutions for robot systems due to cyber security.

Over the last couple of years research in this topic has been increasing due to many developments happening in both cybersecurity and the robotics domain. The initiative of the conference came from the Cybersecurity workshop at the European Robotics Forum 2019, where some of the research results were” presented, a connection was made to the Strategic Research Agenda of Cybersecurity and of Robotics, where the connection to Safety and Security was made and where we showed the interest and benefit for the innovation developments and future potential industrial applications and dedicated technologies.

The conference will be the first in its kind, specifically focusing on the domain, to raise the level of awareness, to ensure the further multidisciplinary approaches and to further ensure the improvement of the cybersecurity for robotic systems, for agile production, digital production and industry 4.0 and smart products and technologies. Other aim is to strengthen the European Cybersecurity infrastructure, systems and applications and increasing the Cybersecurity posture of the European Digital Market and specifically factories of the future and connected factories.

2020 Conference – Cross Atlantic Community Building

The 2nd CSfR conference on November 19th and 20th will be organised in collaboration with the TRINITY project, by LSEC – Leaders In Security, Mass Robotics, Alias Robotics, Joanneum Research, the European Robotics Forum, the RODIN project, ECSO and EFFRA. The conference will be held online as a virtual conference via Zoom Webinars. Due to the limited time, call for papers will be postponed to next year, but we welcome suggestions and research topics developed.

Conference Overview and Practical Details

CyberSecurity for Robotics Conference 2020 – CSfR2020

November 19-20th, 2020, online conference

November 19th : CS standardization efforts impact and CS vs safety

November 20th : end-to-end CS, CS and developing robotics technologies

Registration :

Free, but obligatory – please register before November 19th, spaces limited

  • 150 € if you don’t want to join for free, and like to support our efforts
  • 250 € if you want to have an early bird for next year 2021 for free and like to support us

Organizing Partners


This CyberSecurity for Robotics Conference 2020 is set up in collaboration with the following partners:

Our Experts

Ulrich Seldeslachts


Minna Lanz

Robotics Expert

Bad RObot

Subject Matter Expert

Endika Gil UriarteCEO Alias Robotics

Recent Articles

CyberSecurity at ERF2020

Malaga, March 3rd, 2020. Clear interest from industry and research in Cybersecurity challenges and solutions developments marked the second appearance at the European Robotics Forum (ERF2020) in Malaga this year. Clearly affected by the Corona-virus this year, but well attended two workshops on CyberSecurity organised and coordinated by CSfR Alias Robotics, LSEC, Trinity and Joanneum […]

CyberSecurity for Robotics 2019

Bilbao, November 19th, 2019. Today, the first ever CyberSecurity for Robotics Conference (CSfR) took place in Bilbao, Spain. Supported by LSEC.eu, the TRINITY-project, the Basque Cybersecurity Center, DEUSTO University and the Basque Industry 4.0 progam, the conference was a first to highlight the multidisciplinary perspective of Cybersecurity for Robotics. Robots are increasingly becoming part of […]

Launching CyberSecurityforRobotics.com

Since 2016, thanks to some dedicated cybersecurity researchers around the world, a focus on CyberSecurity for Robotics was born. Rightfully so. As a continuous evolving landscape, cybersecurity becomes more important as more organizations, businesses, applications and equipment are getting continuously connected, but without the necessary considerations if these connected devices are properly secured. With the […]