Drone Threat Intel Report: DroneSec Notify #44
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Some key information for both readers and platform users – from next week, Threat Actor Profiles will be living resources as part of our Threat Actor Glossary. This means that they will be referenced within reports like these but displayed within a live webpage. The reason for this is the ever-evolving tactics, techniques and procedures used by different threat actors. We need to reflect the full story as developments occur and update these on the fly once attribution has been triaged. These profiles will be publicly available and we encourage contributions.
This week we see a first narco-drone incident occur in one of Spain’s autonomous cities located in North Africa. Also, a court case for drone intrusions at Fort Dix prison reveal how aerial photographs with markings were sent to the inmates to help them locate the deliveries, with some mobile and drone forensics aiding the prosecution team in their case. Both of these and more in this week’s report.