With the development of the fourth industrial revolution technology, the type
and scope of use of drones are rapidly increasing. As interest in drones
increases, research on related security vulnerabilities is actively being
conducted, and discussions on security measures have also been developed to
prevent them. Military has established and applied various security measures
for this, and in particular, drones equipped with KCMVP-certified cryptographic
modules are required to be introduced as a way to protect data on the drone’s
wireless channels. However, despite being equipped with such a certified
cryptographic module, the drone’s operating environment and structural
properties have the potential to expose it to several security vulnerabilities.
In this paper, we present a theoretical model for these security
vulnerabilities and measures to complement them.

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