Multi-layer Security: Requirements of a Drone World

Multi-layer Security: Requirements of a Drone World

April 10, 2019, 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM

Unmanned Education Theatre on the Exhibit Hall Floor-Rear of Hall A
Language:
English

The recent drone threats at Gatwick and Heathrow airports (as of the writing of this abstract), illustrate that critical infrastructure, both public and private, is unprepared for how to detect and mitigate drones in restricted airspace. Most security solutions are one-dimensional, accounting for drones that operate on certain technologies and which can be detected and removed based on the assumption that they can be detected. However, as drones multiply and when they are intentionally operated to disrupt or harm public entities and civilians, we need a multi-layered security system to effectively detect, classify and in some cases remediate these drones. This presentation will demonstrate critical strategies and technologies that can be deployed by private security to national infrastructure to effectively detect and alert security professionals of imminent threats, and how to best remediate these threats. This presentation will reveal data-driven insights in an exciting and approachable way that will leave attendees with strategies and best practices to developing a multi-layered security system.

Contributors

  • Timothy Bean

    Panelist

    CEO

    Fortem Technologies

    Tim is the Chief Executive Officer of Fortem Technologies, bringing more than 25 years of global executive experience successfully building...

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