Event Details

The Singapore UAS Community is pleased to collaborate with DroneSec on their upcoming Global Drone Security Network (GDSN) #3, to be held on 27 & 28 April 2021.


The GDSN is a community event from DroneSec that focuses on cutting-edge study, research and work in the drone, counter-drone and UTM security space. The aim of GDSN is to bring awareness of the security aspects of unmanned systems and the potential solutions that will and should be available in the coming years.


GDSN is the only event of its kind focusing on Cyber-physical Security, Threat Intelligence, Counter-Drone, and UTM Security. GDSN taps on stories, use cases and research in the area of unmanned security that have not been shared before. UAS Security sometimes does not appear to align with 'innovation' in the field - when really, it serves to prevent restrictions and uplift safety within the industry.


The first GDSN was held in Singapore with a guest speaker from INTERPOL and the second one was held virtually with 9 international guest speakers. Our speakers currently work within drone bug bounty programmes, counter-UAS operations, threat intelligence, first responders, physical security guards, laws and regulations and more.


For GDSN #3, DroneSec has decided to focus on global security for UAS, UTM and counter UAS doctrine and tradecraft. They have expanded their reach internationally and engaged industry experts and leaders to bring you their experience in the realm of drone security. Speakers will be covering topics on drone threat, drone vulnerabilities security and the future evolution of drones.


Date, Time and Platform

  • 27 April 2021 (Tues) - 4pm to 8pm (UTC+8)

 Event will be streamed live via YouTube. Link will be sent closer to date.


  • 28 April 2021 (Wed) - 7pm to 11pm (UTC+8)

 Event will be streamed live via YouTube. Link will be sent closer to date.              



Who Should Attend

  • Law Enforcement
  • Aviation Authorities
  • Military
  • Government Agencies
  • Counter-Terrorism and Security
  • Cyber, Red Team and Information Security
  • Threat Intelligence and Blue Teams
  • Enterprise Drone Programs
  • Drone Manufacturers
  • Hobbyists and Students



Registration

  • This event is free and registration is required so that we can send you the YouTube link and other updates when we have the information. 



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Are you interested in speaking opportunity at GDSN?


If you are, please send an email to info@dronesec.com with the following information on the right >


1. First & Last Name

2. Company

3. International Number

4. Topic Title & Description

5. Presentation Duration

6. City & Time Zone

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Agenda

  • Apr 27, 2021

  • Apr 28, 2021

4 PM - 5 PM
Cyber Security for Internet Connected Drones
With more drones operating in low altitude airspace especially around cities where the commercial value for drone inspections and delivery is higher, many drone manufacturers are now promoti...
With more drones operating in low altitude airspace especially around cities where the commercial value for drone inspections and delivery is higher, many drone manufacturers are now promoting cellular network (4G LTE, 5G) connected UAVs that are ready for BVLOS operations. At the same time, regulators around the world are racing to implement some form of identification technologies, where standards such as ASTM F3411 would allow both broadcasting in Bluetooth or WiFi, as well as utilising the cellular network to transmit its location. In this talk we will explore the risk of using cellular networks for drone communications, explore the typical attack surfaces and defence mechanisms required for such Internet connected drones, and the impact a well thought out cyber security strategy for drones could have in enabling BVLOS operations in cities like Singapore.
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5 PM - 6 PM
UAV Miniaturization and Countering Drones: How RF will always be the right choice vs radar?
6 PM - 7 PM
Parrot, from Cybersecurity by Design to Bug Bounty
Since a few years now, Parrot builds cybersecurity and privacy by design into its drones. It’s not just an add-on or additional feature, cybersecurity and privacy are integrated from the beg...
Since a few years now, Parrot builds cybersecurity and privacy by design into its drones. It’s not just an add-on or additional feature, cybersecurity and privacy are integrated from the beginning so that users keep control over their data and make sure data is protected. During this presentation, we’ll describe Parrot drones cybersecurity and privacy, how it was assessed internally and by our clients, and the new benefits of the recently announced bug bounty.
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7 PM - 8 PM
Integrating UAV Technology into Security Elements to Fight Crime
Crime in South Africa is an ongoing concern and aerial security surveillance is playing a significant part to counter that. The country currently takes up four spots in the world’s top 10 mo...
Crime in South Africa is an ongoing concern and aerial security surveillance is playing a significant part to counter that. The country currently takes up four spots in the world’s top 10 most dangerous cities. With the unemployment rate teetering just below 30% and the socio-economic pressures the country faces, high value assets continue to be targeted by crime syndicates and opportunistic criminals alike.

Despite conventional security methods improving over time, they continue to be foiled by criminals. But creating an air force for ground security operations is the most efficient and effective way to get eyes in the sky to monitor, detect and pursue criminal activity, adding a layer of defence with the aerial drone.

Alone-standing security elements will most likely continue to be foiled by incessant criminal activity. Combining community resources, continuously adding layers of defence beyond the perimeter of what is being protected, and embracing technology, is key. Additionally, whilst South Africa’s law enforcement agencies continue to be under extreme resource pressures, private security operations partnering with these agencies seems to be the solution.
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