DroneSec shares threat information via Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform

Australian security software specialist DroneSec has released a new Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform for the drone, counter-drone, and UAS Traffic Management (UTM) system industries. The DroneSec Notify Threat Intelligence system combines traditional human threat intelligence gathering with machine learning and big data to deliver customised alerts alongside in-depth analysis reports.

According to the DroneSec press release, the platform offers a searchable artefact database supported by a knowledgebase of whitepapers and industry reports. The platform receives updates daily from over 100 sources, curated and analysed by a team of drone security experts with backgrounds in cyber security, intelligence, and defence. DroneSec Notify is already utilised by organisations across the world operating in the drone space.

Notify’s tracking engine combines Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) techniques with DroneSec’s proprietary tracking software to enable operators to monitor locations for drone activity even if a physical counter-drone system is not in place. For prisons, airports or stadiums where defeating drone systems may not be regulatory approved, Notify combines Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) with field-tested mitigation strategies.

The software is aimed at security operation teams, digital forensic first responders and law enforcement who can analyse trends, patterns and re-occurring threat actors behind unauthorised drone use.

Available in free and paid options, the intelligence gathered by DroneSec’s drone security specialists already assists law enforcement, government, military, commercial and regulatory and legal spaces keep up-to-date with changes and incidents across the world.

DroneSec Founder and CTO Mike Monnik said: “We are really excited to take something that initially designed to uplift our own capabilities can now be put it in the hands of our customers – allowing them to manage their own drone security, countermeasure and response programs. This would not have been possible without a team as dedicated to the field of UAS and embedded in cyber security as DroneSec is.”

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