November 18-20th : First Cybersecurityforrobotics conference kicks off in Bilbao, Spain, supported by LSEC, TRINITY Project, the Basque Cybersecurity Centre and EUSDO University.
October 23rd : Cybersecurityforrobotics.com community members meet up in Leon, Spain by invitation of INCIBE for the annual ENISE conference in a workshop on Cybersecurity for Robotics. Interesting presentations from CNR (Fabio Martinelli), Bernhard Dieber, Alias Robotics (Viktor Mayorall), TRINITY – LSEC (Ulrich Seldeslachts) and others – chaired by the University of Leon (Vicente Matellán Olivera). Presentations will be made available shortly on this website.
October 19th : Alias Robotics announces the first vulnerability database for robots. On the basis of their continued and extensive research and development work, the company just announced the RVB (Robot Vulnerability Database), a community-based Github for all discovered robotic vulnerabilities. The early warning period of 90 days for responsible disclosure looks quite steep given the current state of the robots manufacturers industry, but for a responsible and reasonable quick response it should allow the researchers to cut them some slack and postpone publication if commitment is given for a reasonable reaction time. For more information, please visit the Alias Robotics website.
September 18th : TRINITY organizes a workshop to announce the Open Call for Agile & Robotics at the EMO fair in Hannover, with participation of ABB Robotics, KUKA, Fastems, Resado and LSEC.