How to Adapt to Address Drone Security

How to Adapt to Address Drone Security

April 11, 2019, 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

Sands 103

With the rapid deployment of small drones across the globe, security organizations are scrambling to become familiar with the threat they represent as well as with ways to use this new technology as a force-multiplying asset. Learn from drone industry professionals and a physical security design engineer about the realistic applications of drone systems and counter-drone solutions that can protect organizations and facilities. The presentation will cover a range of key factors and decision points to determine if drone and counter-drone technologies are appropriate and practical to your organization and your risk profiles.

Learning Objectives:
1. Review the basics of UAS/Drone technologies, laws, and applications.
2. Discuss various UAS/Drone threats and UAS/Drone countermeasures.
3. Distinguish between the various UAS/Drone security team implementations and the practicality of their use to address organizational risks.


  • Mark Schreiber


    Principal Consultant

    Safeguards Consulting, Inc.

    Mark Schreiber is the President and Principal Consultant for Safeguards Consulting, a security design and consulting firm in Greenville, South...

  • Jason Cansler


    Chief Operating Officer

    UASidekick LLC

    Jason Cansler RPIC, PIC is Chief Operating Officer for UASidekick LLC.  Cansler has over 13 years of experience in the security field including 6...

  • Nathan Ruff


    Managing Director

    Coalition of UAS Professionals

    Nathan Ruff has 20 years of experience as a Strategy & Operations Consultant to Fortune 500 companies around the world.  Leading projects in North...


  1. Track
    Unmanned Systems

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