Cyber-physical security is gaining a lot of interest in the last years. In this paper, a focus on security in robots’ coordination is addressed. When multiple robots need to perform a complex task, they need to coordinate between them and in this case implicit and explicit communication can be applied. We considered the problem of unknown area discovery with a collaborative map building among robots. In this case, robots can build autonomously part of the map and they can share their knowledge with other robots. The communication among robots can be guaranteed through network interface but it is important to consider possible security threats that can arise. The following paper proposes the integration security module over well-known simulators such as ROS and GAZEBO with the purpose to support technicians in the evaluation of novel coordination strategies to propose also form the security point of view.