Reference : Cybersecurity of Robotics and Autonomous Systems: Privacy and Safety
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Cybersecurity of Robotics and Autonomous Systems: Privacy and Safety
Rodriguez Lera, Francisco Javier mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC) > Computer Science and Communications Research Unit (CSC)]
Llamas, Camino Fernández [> >]
Guerrero, Ángel Manuel [> >]
Olivera, Vicente Matellán [> >]
Robotics - Legal, Ethical and Socioeconomic Impacts
Dekoulis, George
[en] cybersecurity ; privacy ; safety ; robots ; autonomous systems
[en] Robots and autonomous systems in general are set to suffer similar cybersecurity problems that computers have been facing for decades. This is not only worrying for critical tasks such as those performed by surgical, or military robots but also for household
robots such as vacuum cleaners or for teleconference robots compromise privacy and
safety of their owners. What will happen if these robots are hacked? This study presents
a survey on the cybersecurity attacks associated with service robots, and as a result, a
taxonomy that classifies the risks faced by users when using service robots, distinguish
ing between security and safety threads, is presented. We also present the robot software
development phase as one the most relevant ones for the security of robots.

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