The illegal use of drones is now a pressing security concern across the world as terrorists, activists and criminals are adopting drone technology and developing new, creative and sophisticated ways in which to commit crime, terrorism and invade the privacy of citizens.
Despite counter measures in place to strictly prohibited drone activity in restricted areas, and the clear and present danger posed to aircraft from potential drone-strikes, reports of rogue drone activity at airports continue to occur with alarming regularity, causing substantial disruption and significant financial loss. Moreover, unwelcome drone activity is now intruding upon individual citizens right to privacy and as a direct result of the criminal use of drones, police officers around the world are having to investigate an acute rise in the number of crime reports involving drones. When combined with the use of drones to steal sensitive information and adaption of a tool to support cyber-attacks, the rogue drone threat landscape is increasingly diverse and becoming more aggressive.
In direct response to the continuing security concerns posed by rogue drone activities to public safety and data security, award winning Rinicom Ltd have joined forces with security innovators at Saher-UK to deliver DENI counter-drone detection and response training. Building upon joint research and innovation with leading Law Enforcement Agencies in the specialist drone detection domain, the new and innovative training provides the knowledge and skills to increase operational resilience against all manner of rogue drone activity.
BY ATTENDING THIS WORKSHOP/TRAINING, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
- Demonstrate a detailed understanding of the drone threat landscape
- Demonstrate an understanding of drone and drone detection capabilities
- Identify and assess rogue drone security risks and vulnerabilities
- Demonstrate knowledge of law and regulations of the use of drones
- Develop effective and integrated counter-UAV security strategies
- Develop effective counter-UAV policy, practice and procedure