Space Policy Directive-5, issued in Sept 2020, directs government agencies to work in concert with commercial and other non-government actors to work to develop cybersecurity best practices, norms, and improve cybersecurity behavior within the nat…
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.
Hackers linked to North Korea broke into the network of a South Korean aerospace company last month that holds confidential rocket propulsion technologies developed for the nation’s first indigenous space launch vehicle KSLV-Ⅱ, the state spy agency said July 8.
Microsoft announced plans June 23 to join the Space Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAC), an organization focused on collecting, analyzing and disseminating information on vulnerabilities, incidents and threats.
The bipartisan leadership of the House Science Committee has asked the Government Accountability Office to investigate NASA’s cybersecurity activities amid growing concerns about hacking of government computer systems.
Chinese attempts to steal U.S. space technology remain a problem despite efforts by the Pentagon to protect intellectual property data, Air Force acquisitions executive Darlene Costello said May 26.
A recent White House memo on Space Policy Directive-5 is a step right direction, but we have a long road ahead.
A shift to remote working caused by the coronavirus pandemic has created new cybersecurity challenges for NASA, agency officials said at a Sept. 18 House hearing.
Xage Security, a Silicon Valley cybersecurity startup, announced a contract Sept. 17 to develop a data protection strategy for the U.S. Space Force.
Bruno: "This is is just shocking in terms of the scale and ubiquity of this threat."
Air Force procurement chief Will Roper said hacking competitions help the military identify flaws in its systems before they are deployed.
“Space Range” is a virtual satellite command and control center with hardware in the loop.