United States military and intelligence agencies are increasingly relying on unmanned aerial vehicles but these military drones have long been an attractive target for hackers. And lately, it seems as though the hackers are gaining entrance more easily. How is this possible? In 2011 a CIA drone was captured by Iranian hackers who managed to… Read More »
Is Drone Skyjacking The New Hijacking?
Right now most civilian drones are owned by hobbyists for recreational use, but many companies are exploring commercial uses. Drones have already been used for shooting nature documentaries and commercials, aerial surveys on remote properties, checking on crops for farmers and even delivering pizza. They have the potential to revolutionize many aspects of our daily… Read More »
How Can We Prevent The Next White House Drone Crash?
Current Federal Aviation Administration regulations require civilian drones to stay under 400 feet in altitude and at least five miles from airports and other restricted areas. Unfortunately, not all drone operators follow the regulations. Drones at the White House On Monday, January 26th at 3:02 AM a Secret Service officer on duty at the White House… Read More »