Drone Threat Intel Report: DroneSec Notify #35

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The Global Drone Security Network is virtual and scheduled for September 18th, 2020. It is now open and available for public registration:

We have various speakers from the CUAS, Law Enforcement, Security Surveillance and Threat Intelligence sectors providing insights into unmanned security-specific topics. We also have several interesting reports, white papers and tooling expected to be released during the event specific to the industry.

We are lucky to have such a great network of individuals that are offering to give their time and effort for the community. Our mission is that of sharing practical, relevant, boots-on-the-ground experiences from drone security, counter-UAS and UTM stories and case studies. The event will take place over 8 hours, allowing a global attendance to cover our speakers from Australia, Singapore, Greece, Germany, France, Finland, South Africa and the USA. We appreciate any sharing of the event with your colleagues, as working groups, studies and more will be announced that will be of more benefit with the right people attending.

Another quick update regarding our UAV Threat Intelligence Platform, Notify. A personal thank you to the many users who signed up and use the ‘Free’ tier subscription on a daily basis. However, to better service our paying customers, and to give insight of the full-features available, the following changes are taking place:

  • ‘Free’ tier will be discontinued and replaced with ‘Premium’ tier trials, for fixed length.
  • All weekly UAV threat intel newsletters (Private and Public) will continue unchanged.

This means you will experience the full capabilities the platform has to offer (minus the tailored reports/intelligence from our analysts) but for a limited time only. We are actively reaching out to subscribers to make them aware of this change and setting up demonstrations on using the full-featured trial version. As always, if you have comments or feedback, or want to join in the discussion in our slack group, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Mike Monnik, DroneSec CTO

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