This course is designed to build upon the course: Drone Security Fundamentals. If you have not yet completed this course please see the course outline here. However, if you have a good working knowledge of drone security, this course may be taken separately. If you require additional information about whether this course is right for you, feel free to contact us and one of our friendly staff will help you with any questions.
Becoming DroneSec certified means understanding the key legal requirements affecting drones, Counter-Drone and UTM systems, being able to minimise risk when operating a drone program and having a clear understanding of business requirements in order to operate within the boundaries of the law.
The course details the various legal requirements that those operating a drone program or protecting environments should consider before purchasing or implementing the technology. Anyone finishing this course will have a clear understanding of the global and national legal requirements for this industry.
Participants will receive a comprehensive course on understanding the basic laws and regulations that face organisations utilising drones for business and those looking to protect their assets against malicious drones.
Students will walk away knowing the laws that govern drones, counter-UAS systems, and the storage and transmission of data within drones. Playbooks detailing our unique methodology will be provided to help make better decisions within organisations regarding drone and Counter-Drone operations.
A certificate of completion will be awarded for completing this module. For the DroneSec certification, an individual will need to complete all three modules.
Both in-person and online training. The in-person course is specific in time/date and location, and has a duration of one (1) day. The online course can be completed at your own time discretion.
We have significant experience in assessing Counter-Drone solutions, have taught thousands of people to hack into and secure drones, have a global drone threat-intelligence feed, and have utilised drone technology in a variety of Red Team engagements throughout APAC.
DroneSec consultants regularly engage with both the drone and security community via podcasts, conference talks, meetups, and we also sit on advisory panels at the forefront of technology and corresponding regulatory bodies.
Drone Security Fundamentals: March 18th, Melbourne, Australia
Drone Security Regulations: March 19th, Melbourne, Australia
Drone SecOps: Offense & Defence: March 20th, Melbourne, Australia
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