In the Smart Industry - also referred to as Industry 4.0 - Machine2Machine (M2M) communication is central: improvements are expected by connecting machines in production processes, assembly lines and storage systems. In the Smart Industry by definition, many smart software systems are used. These are often autonomous and more or less intelligent systems, where internet connectivity is needed directly or indirectly. Cyber security is therefore an important point of attention for Smart Industry. After all, the risks of security incidents increase as and when more and more systems are connected to the internet. At the moment we see limited attention for robot security, despite the fact that everyone agrees with the importance of cyber security.This project focuses on explorative research concerning the cyber security threats of robots as part of Smart Industry. Here we look at the technical aspects of sensors, communication and the programmed behavior of robots. In addition, we also look at the chain in which Smart Industry / robot applications are created and used.