In the wrong hands, drones can be life-threatening

Why it’s time to start developing a drone security strategy

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Everyone is familiar with the military use of drones. You’ve probably heard about Amazon’s plans to deliver commercial goods to consumers via drones. And Google is reportedly developing solar-powered drones that will deliver high-speed Internet.

There’s no limit to the beneficial uses of drone technology. Dropping Zika-fighting pesticides or firefighting chemicals in remote areas. Search and rescue. Delivering emergency medical supplies. The list goes on and on.

But what about the darker side of drones? Is it time for security pros to begin formulating a drone defense strategy?

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