Drone Threat Intel Report: DroneSec Notify #68

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The GDSN is a non-sponsored event which brings the best-of-breed Cyber-UAV security, UAS Threat Intelligence, Counter-UAS and UTM security minds into one place. It will be fully remote, accessed online and suitable to multiple time zones.

Whilst previously only having speakers by invitation, we’re accepting applications based on feedback for a variety of advanced topics concerning the theme: Drone Security Doctrine and Tradecraft

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This week, an exciting role out of Red Gate regarding a C-UAS Threat and Security Assessment Integrator (location: USA). In Michigan, the court of appeals has ruled in favour of a landowner, highlighting their extended expectation of privacy against aerial spying and surveillance (drones) – an interesting outcome nonetheless for a topic analysed far and wide.

Just across the border, Transport Canada released a whitepaper on their Drone Strategy to 2025, which includes a section on Counter-Drone mitigation, cyber-security and incident response initiatives with airports in the area.

I also implore you to join us in speaking at the GDSN if you have any interesting stories, experiences or research within the drone security or counter-drone space. We look forward to having you!

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