This article follows on from our recent piece on the positive environmental impacts parcel deliveries by drone would have on the UK. In that article, we found that if 50% of parcels in the UK were delivered by drones, this would be the impact: 315,000 drones would be required 1 [...]
What can we do for corporate drone detection?
Intellectual property is the most prized commodity in business, and its loss through hacking or malicious drone use could have a serious impact on the bottom line and a company’s reputation.
Drones fitted with high-quality zoom cameras can easily bypass physical security and peer through the 23rd floor’s office windows to gather data. Microphones or more advanced wifi hacking devices could also pose a significant risk to organisations large and small.
A drone can easily bypass normal security unnoticed and wait patiently on the roof of a building passively recording data, mobile phone numbers and wifi access points for criminal exploitation.
These threats are not limited to big business either. A football club would want to keep its set-piece plays a secret – a stable would want to hide the training performance of its prized horse… the threat posed by drones are far-reaching.
Drone Defence can offer a wide range of capabilities to help organisations define the threat they are subject to and develop effective mitigation plans.