Drone Threat Intel Report: DroneSec Notify #27
This summary has been extracted from our weekly public threat intelligence report. For more information on the platform or weekly email PDFs, please visit: dronesec.com/pages/notify or email us at [email protected] or join the slack group at dronesec.slack.com.
We are pleased to announce the DroneSec Notify Threat Intel Platform will release tomorrow.
Officially of course – we’d like to both extend a heartfelt ‘thank you’ to those receiving our weekly threat intel reports, and those who have stuck with us for some time. Before we go public at 12pm AEST 18/06/2020, please take the opportunity to find out more about the platform.
The platform development has been a long time coming and is best summarised by a reflection from our Threat Intel lead, Arison Neo. I’ll let him have the floor soon but first – we’re releasing three paid tiers of subscription. Following the launch (and ironing out any surprises!) we’ll be opening up free registration tier access to the platform on July 2nd (02/07/2020). It’s really important we service our current paying customers first, so a staggered approach will give us time to support them with onboarding.
It’s a huge moment for us. I’m proud of our team and the unique character they bring to each aspect of our operations. I’m also thankful to our customers – we have a very unique range of individuals and organisations that always provide us with new opportunities and approaches to reducing the risk of rogue UAS. Given the interest from educational and law enforcement agencies, we have preferential pricing if you fit into that category.
In addition to what’s currently available, we have incredible line-up of features, additions and projects being released within the platform in the coming months. We’ll be announcing these partnerships soon, with a focus on providing real-time, actionable threat intelligence, benchmarking UAS threat actors and providing global visibility to CUAS operations.
It’s important to recognise that this has never been done before – there is no benchmark or historical barrier of entry for Threat Intelligence collection of UAS/UAV/RPAS/Drones. We hope this platform, our intelligence collection methodologies and obsession-based staff will continue to increase security operations and reduce the risk of restrictions on this innovative, emerging technology industry. Please enjoy the below reflections looking back at our journey from internal tool to global drone threat intelligence and monitoring platform.