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Wireless Airspace Defense

What is Wireless Airspace Defense?

Wireless Airspace Defense is a next generation RF visibility threat detection and mitigation platform that focuses on securing layer 0, 1, and 2 before an IP is assigned. The explosive growth of connected devices presents a complex challenge for organizations. Most devices are vulnerable to wireless over-the-air attacks, and the landscape of threats is largely unmonitored with new frequencies and protocols being used.

Wireless Airspace Defense addresses these threats and vulnerabilities through multi-tier solutions.

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LOCH Founder and CEO Garry Drummond explains the critical role Wireless Airspace Defense plays in modern network security systems

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Emerging Tech: Security - The Need for Wireless Airspace Defense, featuring LOCH Technologies

Wireless Attack Surfaces are growing at an exponential rate putting organizations at ever increasing risks. 
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All of the access points in your organization or system that an unauthorized user could exploit for access comprise your wireless attack surfaces.



Wi-Fi networks, crucial for modern connectivity, confront numerous security risks compromising data confidentiality, network integrity, and availability. Users face threats such as denial-of-service, de-authentication, "evil twin," and rogue access point attacks. Exploiting readily available tools, malicious actors can undermine system security.



EMI encompasses all electromagnetic activity, posing security risks like data loss and system failures. In security, it's a growing attack vector leading to risks like data loss, disrupted transmissions, and system failures. All electronic devices emit electromagnetic radiation and are vulnerable to attacks, with different signal types posing unique security threats.



GPS, vital for global navigation and oversight, is targeted due to the accessibility of software-defined radios. Attackers manipulate radio frequencies, disrupting accurate timing and location data, impacting critical infrastructure and emergency services relied upon by society and organizations.


CBRS, operating in the 3.5 GHz to 3.7 GHz band, faces risks like IMSI catchers, man-in-the-middle attacks, denial of service, downgrade attacks, and protocol exploits. These vulnerabilities enable interception, communication alteration, device tracking, and service disruption, especially in IoT deployments shifting towards CBRS from traditional Wi-Fi networks.



LTE and 5G are the backbone of modern communication. Despite their rapid connectivity and data transmission, they're vulnerable to security threats like Stingray attacks, intercepted communications, and DoS attacks when left unprotected.



The Internet of Things (IoT) revolutionizes business with improved efficiency, maintenance monitoring, and communication. However, IoT devices face security vulnerabilities such as unauthorized access and password exploitation. Other risks include weak authentication, insecure communication, lack of updates, and physical vulnerabilities.



Bluetooth, utilizing short-range radio waves in ISM bands, has evolved from audio streaming to crucial IoT applications with enhanced security. Despite encryption and authentication, vulnerabilities persist, including threats like Bluejacking, spoofing, and BlueBorne attacks.



Satellite technology offers immense benefits yet faces significant threats in terms of cybersecurity. With increasing reliance on satellites for crucial services such as communication and navigation, addressing satellite security concerns becomes increasingly urgent to prevent potential cyber space warfare and protect essential infrastructure.

Key Industries Impacted




Gaming & Hospitality




Industry 4.0



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