Drones are playing an increasing significant role in society, from transport to delivery and mobility. They have become an important asset and tool for organizations looking for better and safer ways to get things done.
However, there are risks associated with these 'flying computers'. Drones collect, store and transmit data (video, audio, GPS telemetry) over wireless communications to devices and in some cases, the unprotected cloud. Unlike physical computers where assets can be kept in a secure room behind layers of physical security, drones are more susceptible as they are remote and can be autonomously controlled without any human operators nearby. Data can be intercepted in various ways during flight and the drone itself can also be taken down via multiple means, exposing potentially sensitive data to attackers.
To fully realize the positive capabilities of drones, there needs to be a focus on ensuring security. In this webinar, we will look at the cyber and physical security of drones, their vulnerabilities and solutions to better secure these "aerial cyber-physical systems". Join us if you are planning to use drones in your business, have a commercial drone programme or want to be part of the drone-ecosystem of the future.