CyberSat Summit is the only satellite security event in the world that fuses satellite, space, cyber, and government to educate on threat vectors and deliver solutions to thwart next generation attacks.
The inaugural CyberSat Summit in 2017 welcomed industry experts, space, satellite service providers, C-Suite Executives, innovators and engineers, cybersecurity experts, Federal Intelligence Agencies and the DoD. CyberSat 17 delivered a two-day event packed with strategic insights from leading cybersecurity experts and satellite industry executives to detail best practices for achieving end-to-end protection within the entire satellite ecosystem.
In 2018 we expanded our attendee’s experience with Classified Day — a full day of classified sessions hosted by The MITRE Corporation. Plus, we provided a half-day of scenario based training workshops geared towards the C-Suite level executive.
Thanks to the success of Classified Day in 2018 – we sold out; for 2019, we’ve partnered with The Aerospace Corporation in Chantilly, VA. In addition to the morning TOP SECRET//SI/TK//NOFORN and afternoon SECRET//NOFORN clearance Classified Day add-on opportunities, CyberSat19 will expand your understanding of artificial intelligence and emerging technologies and how they can work for you, provide updated facts on where the current threats really lie and how you should prioritize them, and dive deeper into the necessary and proven solutions to thwart attacks. View the complete Classified Day agenda.
Plus, new for 2019, you’ll be able to choose the afternoon workshop that best suits your focus! These professional workshops will be led by leading experts in the business, and run Thursday afternoon. During registration, you can pick from:
Thursday, November 7
Facing Down the Cyber Threat
In this interactive session, we take a look at the threats against satellite and space based assets. This session will enable you to understand, prepare for, and deal with the threats in real time.
Cybersecurity and the Impact on the Space Industry
What can be done to alter space and ground threats? Here, we look specifically at these threats the space industry might encounter and question them in an interactive way.
Air-gap. Is it a Silver Bullet?
In this workshop, we’ll discuss the safety of relying on an air gap to protect important networks. Participants will see an air gapped network get hacked in real time.
Learning from Failure — Applying Other Industry Catastrophes to the Space Industry
Here we will dissect a number of different public cybersecurity failures from other industries and discuss how things could have gone better. This session is highly beneficial for those in the satellite industry who want to see the warning signs ahead of time and take a very proactive approach.