New robot detects industrial hackers

New robot detects industrial hackers

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Hacking is a big problem for manufacturers, who can find their systems vulnerable to industrial espionage and data theft. One particular concern for cybersecurity professionals is just that. As more and more devices are connected, it can be difficult to realise when a system has been hacked. To combat this, Internet security professionals use decoy computer systems known as “honeypots” to throw hackers off the trail. These are designed to send alerts when they are being hacked, before the attack reaches key systems. Now, a team at Georgia Tech’s School of Electrical and Computer Engineering has designed a mobile honeypot that can move around a factory floor.

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