U.S. Army Nixes Use of DJI Drones Over Cybersecurity Concerns

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The U.S. Army will immediately stop using drones made by the world’s largest manufacturer, DJI of China, and has ordered that batteries and storage media be removed and applications uninstalled.

A publication focused on drones, sUAS News, broke the story after it obtained a U.S. Army memo hand-dated Aug. 2. The memo notes: “Due to increased awareness of cyber vulnerabilities associated with DJI products, it is directed that the U.S. Army halt use of all DJI

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