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Cybersecurity Event Focuses on Bridging Gaps Between Satellite, Space, and Government for Cybersecurity Solutions
Satellites are “the next frontier for cyberattack,” with devastating financial, and even mortal, implications for being hacked. The 2018 CyberSat Summit, November 14-16 in Arlington, VA. will once again bring the leaders of the most vulnerable industries together with solution providers and government and intelligence leaders for the most dynamic industry event on the topic.
You can expect C-Suite workshops like, Wargaming a Cyber Attack: You’ve Been Attacked, Now What”; an in-depth C-Suite level discussion on the Satellite Eco-System: Guarding the Perimeter; and will walk away with a full understanding of the latest technology available to thwart attacks in Next Generation Satellite Cybersecurity: Software Defined Satellites, SmallSats and How Cyber Plays Into This.
Unique Opportunity to Watch LIVE Hack of Satellite Terminal Equipment in Person
In this innovative presentation at the 2018 CyberSat Summit, Ken Munro, Partner, Pen Test Partners, will demonstrate a live hack against satellite terminal equipment, showing how poor security practice can expose the users systems to compromise. Munro will also look briefly at the security of satellites themselves. With very similar security issues found in smart consumer electronic devices, Munro will also demo surprising hacks of everyday devices in your home too.
Plus, new for 2018, CyberSat Classified Day! The CyberSat Summit 2018 Classified Day unites DoD, the Intelligence Community, and industry leaders to discuss advancements and challenges in assuring space system missions throughout the ever-increasingly cyber-contested lifecycle.
Attendees will be updated on the space cyber landscape through presentations from senior intel analysts, hands-on space system hackers, and those developing and deploying technologies to enhance architectural resiliency against emerging cyber threats.