OPINION: Gatwick Airport is Britain’s second busiest by passenger volume, and Europe’s eighth. And yet it was reportedly brought to a standstill for two days by drones.
Its vulnerability reminded me of a conversation I had two years ago, at the Web Summit conference in Lisbon with cybersecurity investor Sergey Gribov of Flint Capital. He was talking up one of his investments, an industrial cybersecurity firm based in Israel called CyberX. Half-bored, I girded myself for his pitch. They usually go like this: “The internet is full of hackers! They want to steal your data and your money! If only companies used my company’s awesome product, we would all be safe!”
By Jim Edwards
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