The second conference in the series, launched in 2021, dedicated to cyber security in space, ‘Software Defined Space Conference’ (SDSC), will be taking place on 26 & 27 October in Tallinn, E…
The U.S. Space Operations Command is assigning cybersecurity and intelligence specialists to work side-by-side with satellite operators so they’re better prepared to protect U.S. systems from electronic and physical threats, said Maj. Gen. Douglas Schiess.
Space cybersecurity firm SpiderOak on July 12 announced the appointment of former DoD and military officials to its advisory board.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has published an updated space policy that emphasizes its roles in cybersecurity and resilience.
The Space Systems Command announced May 26 the official rollout of a new process to assess the cybersecurity of commercial satellite operators that do business with the Defense Department.
The U.S. Space Force plans to request nearly $8 billion over the next five years to scale up development of classified communications satellite networks
Cybersecurity experts have been warning for years of increasing attacks on commercial satellites and working with companies to enhance security.
The most likely form of attack facing satellite networks does not happen in space but on the ground, where hackers seek to exploit vulnerabilities.
SpiderOak Mission Systems announced March 29 it won a contract from Lockheed Martin Space for its cybersecurity software.
The director of the National Reconnaissance Office, Christopher Scolese, warned that Russia’s military could target satellites in space to disrupt communications and GPS services.
The Pentagon is now looking at how it will implement a 'zero trust' cybersecurity architecture across all DoD systems.
Cybersecurity and supply chain integrity must become integral and elevated concerns for the space community, as well as space consumers and strategic stakeholders.
Cybersecurity threats are a growing concern for day-to-day life on Earth. As thousands of satellites are launched to orbit, are there new risks to consider in the skies above?
The U.S. government does not technically consider space systems “critical infrastructure,” which is slowing down efforts to protect networks from cyber attacks, experts said.
The National Reconnaissance Office roadmap for bringing commercial satellite imagery into its hybrid space architecture emphasizes cybersecurity and licenses that enable the agency to share data with partners inside and outside the U.S. government.
Speaking at the Space and Missile Defense Symposium at the Von Braun Convention Center, Karbler said adversaries are developing electronic and cyber tools to deny the U.S. military access to satellites in orbit.
Braxton Technologies, a company recently acquired by Parsons Corp., received a $139.4 million contract to continue development and prototyping of the U.S. Space Force’s next-generation ground system for satellite operations.