Serve and protect
Pinky Hiranandani explains why drone security remains a critical factor as the market takes-off
The widespread use of drones, particularly for commercial and military use cases, has increased the associated security risk. Drones interact with their base using unencrypted communication channels, exposing the sensitive information they collect. As more drones enter both public and private airspace, drone security will become paramount for national and local governments, law enforcement agencies, critical infrastructure and public venues. To counter this emerging threat, investments in Counter-Unmanned Aerial Systems (C-UAS) capabilities are essential.Malicious drone . . .