The results of a new study from UK Research and Innovation have today been released, with analysis suggesting that in the majority of use cases there are significant potential benefits associated with the use of drone and advanced air mobility technologies. Using drones and electric aircraft – from remote maintenance [...]
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.