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How drone detection will protect cyber security in 2018

Over the past year, there was an unprecedented rise in drone incidents. Drones were unwelcome at and threatening the physical and cybersecurity of defence organisations, stadiums, corporations, and data centres, among organisations with critical infrastructure. Legislation is only just emerging now, and laws protecting airspace are hard to enforce, especially if a pilot is unaware of the risks of their flight or is flying with malicious intent. Laws can be circumvented, but detection technology...

Dedrone launches DroneTracker 3 software upgrade to counter malicious drones

Dedrone, a provider of airspace security and developers of the first drone detection software platform, announced their next generation software upgrade, DroneTracker 3. DroneTracker is the industry’s first airspace security solution that includes automated summary reporting for instant diagnosis of drone airspace activity. DroneTracker 3 enhancements Automated summary reporting, enabling security personnel to instantaneously assess and analyse drone threats Enterprise-grade security...

Dedrone expands operations to serve the federal market

Dedrone, a security company that developed the world’s first software to detect drones and protect high-value airspace from drone threats, announced their operations are expanding into serving the federal market, through the addition of three U.S. military veterans to their salesforce and advisory board, as well as expanding operations to a third office in Washington, D.C. Dedrone currently is headquartered in San Francisco and has operations in Kassel, Germany. The addition of former mili...

Dedrone fetches seven-figure investment from five Silicon Valley founders and executives

Dedrone DroneTracker ensures detection of civilian drones and defence against their misuse Dedrone has secured the support of five well-known founders and executives from Silicon Valley, raising a seven-figure amount. Investing in the San Francisco-based start-up are Dominic Orr, CEO of Aruba Networks, Selina Lo, CEO of Ruckus Wireless, Hans Robertson, Co-founder and COO of Meraki, Tom Noonan, Former Chairman, President and CEO of Internet Security Systems, Inc., and Trevor He...

Dedrone DroneTracker system protects presidential debate against rogue drones

Nassau Police deployed DroneTracker to protect candidates from illegal UAVs during presidential debate The first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at Hofstra University on September 26 was, according to acting Nassau Police Commissioner Thomas Krumpter, the most critical security event in the last 30 years in Nassau County.Although flying drones on Hofstra University is forbidden, additional security measures were implemented to protect the faculty,...