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Are you securing your infrastructure's airspace against unidentified drones?
The FBI issued a bulletin on Nov 17, 2017, stating that drones are no longer just an overseas threat. Drones can breach security to gather competitive intelligence, surveil activity, hack into systems, and cause damage to critical infrastructures.
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Yemen's Houthi movement launched a drone strike on Saudi Aramco's oil facilities in Jizan. Oil giant Saudi Aramco operates a 400,000 barrel per day refinery in Jizan.
The FAA said it will bar drone flights over seven major US Nuclear sites. The airspace restrictions became effective on Dec. 29th, 2017.
A drone crashed into a Con Edison power plant near the East River in Brooklyn. The drone broke into pieces as it hit the building.
A pilot flying his drone in a no-fly zone, crashed his UAV into high voltage power wires, causing loss of power to 1600 PG&E customers, and tens of thousands of dollars of damage.
A drone slammed into a power line next to a Border Control checkpoint and caused a power outage. Border Control operations were disrupted and forced border patrol to shut down the checkpoint until power was restored.