Drone Defense for Data Centers

Drone Defense for Data CentersSpies and hackers are utilizing drone technology to steal confidential secrets from data centers.

Drone Defense Group provides comprehensive on-site analysis, helpful drone security training, and comprehensive counter-drone solution architecture to keep data centers safe and secure.

The security level at most data centers is already high—on the ground that is. Security guards, surveillance cameras, access control and restricted entry are all necessary steps to protect the data center from internal or external threats.

Drones are quickly becoming a security threat to be reckoned with. Espionage, fraud, and sabotage being performed by unmanned devices were once inconceivable. Yet technological advances in the drone world have been impressive and these often undetectable, aerial devices are capable of breaching even the most heavily fortified facilities.

UAS’s or unmanned aerial systems pose a very real, emerging threat to business facilities, like data centers. Drones can carry cameras and take pictures of everything on the grounds of the data center. What type of equipment does the center use, what brand is it, is there a visible IP address on a piece of equipment etc.?

If you can see it, the drone can see it too.

In fact, the drone can see more than the human eye. If equipped with a thermal camera the drone is capable of using thermal imaging technology to map images from within the data center.

There are no secrets when it comes to drones.

There may be a drone hovering outside your window as you read this. The drone could be recording your keystrokes or waiting to intercept data from your computer. Maybe it’s hovering over the roof ready to sabotage the data center’s power supply.

We live in a different era and the best protection is prevention. You need a plan—a drone defense action plan.

 Expert advice, professional education, and practical solutions specific to your organization

Drones have severely compromised the security of businesses worldwide, which illustrates a clear need for a comprehensive drone defense action plan. The technology will continue to evolve, so staying one step ahead is crucial.

Protect what’s yours. This is the time to implement a drone defense plan.

Drone Defense Group has the expertise to help.

Drone Defense Group will conduct a comprehensive on-site analysis to determine an organization’s specific risk profile. The formal assessment takes advantage of our comprehensive risk framework, and optionally, can include accumulated tracking data from our sensors installed on the ground for a period of time.

Once risks are thoroughly researched and understood, the focus shifts to implementing a technical solution to stay on top of threats and to mitigate against loss. Drone Defense Group’s experts understand the counter-drone technologies available and can recommend a solution set that precisely addresses your specific risk profile.

Large, open-air events (sports, concerts, festivals) present a security challenge on many fronts. In addition, these events tend to attract amateur drone operators. Drone Defense Group will set up a temporary monitoring solution on-site, and then work side-by-side with organizers and law enforcement to monitor the airspace, identify unauthorized drones and help locate their pilots.

Most organizations have a plan for cyber-security incursions and active shooter scenarios, but having a practical drone defense strategy and accompanying standard operating procedure in place is now more critical than ever before. Our experts will work with you to make sure your security team and employees are prepared and know what to do in the event of a drone attack.

Drone Defense Group’s team of experts are available to provide in-person training and workshop style events. In these sessions, all aspects of counter-drone techniques can be addressed, including tracking technologies, active and passive mitigation methods and creation of organization best practices.

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how can we help you?

From a full on-site inspection & analysis to ongoing training and outreach, Drone Defense Group can help you craft and execute a comprehensive drone defense & security plan.

The fleet of hobbyist drones in the United States is expected to be 3.5 million by 2021.

The U.S. Drone Market
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), United States

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