Aloft passes annual FAA LAANC audit by Ernst & Young, invests in secure systems

Drone services company Aloft reports successful completion of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Low Altitude Authorisation and Notification Capability (LAANC) audit with no exceptions. The company also holds a SOC 2 Type II and ISO 27001 security audit, two audits that evaluate a company’s security controls and processes, including physical security, logical security, data privacy, and risk management.

Aloft has a dedicated security team that focuses on identifying and addressing potential security threats, and adheres to industry best practices and standards for security. This includes secure coding practices and regular conduct code reviews to identify and address potential security vulnerabilities. Aloft also conducts regular security testing to identify any potential weaknesses in our systems.

According to Aloft: “One of the key ways we ensure our products’ security is through our Secure Development Lifecycle (SDLC). Our SDLC includes multiple stages of development, including design, development, testing, and deployment. At each stage, we conduct thorough security reviews and testing to ensure that our products are secure and meet industry standards. When it comes to UTM and fleet management products, security is especially important. These systems must be able to securely manage and track a large number of drones and users and ensure that data is protected at all times. At Aloft, we use a multi-layered security approach that includes encryption, authentication, and access control to protect data and ensure that only authorized users have access to it.”

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