“Look up,” you shout.
“What is that flying around the flagpole,” you ask your head of security, Mark.
He looks at you in confusion, then turns his head sharply above the pole.
“That looks like a drone,” he replies. “We’ve been seeing a lot of those flying near the property but are unable to locate where they’re coming from.”
“We can’t have these unmanned aerial vehicles flying around our property without us knowing,” you assert.
“It’s one thing that this drone is probably harmless, but what happens when the criminals start catching using them? These could pose a serious threat to our property,” you respond.
Mark nods because he does understand, and before you can continue your response, he interrupts.
“I guess,” he says. “But, what are we going to do to prepare for these new threats?”
You’re not sure yourself, are you?