Mobilicom Joins U.S. Cybersecurity Working Group AUVSI to Set Industry Standards

Mobilicom, a leader in providing robust and secure solutions for drones and robotics, has taken a major step towards furthering the advancement of unmanned aerial systems by becoming a member of the Association for Uncrewed Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) and the Fortress Information Security’s Trusted Cyber Program. The company is joining forces with other industry leaders, including Boeing, Boston Dynamics, Northrup Grumman, and Raytheon, in the Cybersecurity Working Group, which is dedicated to developing enterprise cybersecurity standards for the unmanned systems and robotics sector.

The AUVSI Cybersecurity Working Group aims to release baseline industry standards as early as May 2023, which will provide a critical foundation for the deployment of unmanned vehicles in a secure and safe manner. Mobilicom, with its extensive experience in the unmanned industry for defense applications, will bring valuable expertise to the working group. The company’s CEO, Oren Elkayam, emphasized the importance of collaboration among industry leaders to establish strong cybersecurity standards for the unmanned and autonomous sectors.

Mobilicom’s ICE Cybersecurity Suite is the world’s first AI-based 360° software cybersecurity system for small-sized drones, robotics, and autonomous platforms. With its unmatched innovation, Mobilicom will play a crucial role in helping to bring the cybersecurity standards down to practical implementation, ensuring that the standard baseline is both relevant and useful to industry stakeholders. Michael Robbins, Executive Vice President of Government & Public Affairs at AUVSI, said, “As market adoption of unmanned systems solutions is set to take off, a cyber-secure foundation, built on universal industry standards, will help to ensure the economic and operational potential of unmanned vehicles is reached.”

In conclusion, the inclusion of Mobilicom in the AUVSI Cybersecurity Trusted Working Group is a significant development for the unmanned and autonomous sectors. The company’s expertise and commitment to ensuring the safe and secure deployment of unmanned vehicles will play a vital role in establishing strong cybersecurity standards for the industry.

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