CHICAGO, IL USA; MELBOURNE, Australia, Aug, 2020 – DroneSec Pty Ltd in concert with Valqari LLC are excited to announce their strategic partnership. DroneSec will work with Valqari to further enhance the implementation, safety, and security of drone delivery technologies globally.
One of the key concerns for the progression of delivery-via-drone systems is in ensuring the security of physical and cyber systems involved. By incorporating DroneSec’s services as both offensive and defensive cyber-physical security experts, the partnership between Valqari and DroneSec will enable increased safety and propel the drone delivery industry forward.
Mike Monnik, DroneSec CTO expressed “Organisations are looking for independent, 3 rd party validation and assurance of the systems they’re building. Valqari needs to demonstrate this to their customers and investors and we are thrilled to provide security services to their technologies. Valqari is one of the more forward-looking organisations that understands the security risks associated with UAS technologies; we will take care of the security so they can focus on innovation.”
Ryan Walsh, Co-Founder and CEO of Valqari, explained how “Valqari’s security is more than just ensuring the safe delivery of a package but also the security of the infrastructures needed to bring this new technology to market both safely and effectively. Our partnership with DroneSec will enable Valqari to continue to provide the most reliable delivery solution possible, regardless of ever-changing security threats.”
Valqari’s Smart Mailbox incorporates an automatic authentication process, followed by landing guidance and a package receipt and storage system.
DroneSec is a Cyber-UAV security and threat intelligence company based out of Melbourne, Australia, with a focus on drone, counter-drone and UTM system security. DroneSec has pioneered frameworks and methodologies for providing services and products that uplift security operations within unmanned operations. For more information: https://www.dronesec.com
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