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CyberSat Summit is probably (from what we know) the only satellite security event in the world that fuses space, satellite, cyber and government to educate on threat vectors and deliver solutions against next-generation attacks.
The CyberSat Summit is produced by Via Satellite and is a unique and powerful opportunity to better understand the most pressing cybersecurity threats to satellites and the potential impact these threats have on your company’s interests, how to best prevent attacks and your readiness to adapt to these threats. Don’t miss this chance to join like-minded professionals, high ranking intelligence and DoD officials, cybersecurity experts, satellite industry providers and integrators in the dynamic, high-level discussion, one-on-one networking, and informative, solution-oriented sessions.
CyberSat’s Classified Day is an add-on opportunity that will comprise of two half-day sessions on Wednesday, November 6 at The Aerospace Corporation in Chantilly, Virginia. The morning session (7:30 a.m. – Noon) is an SCI session and will be held at a TOP SECRET//SI/TK//NOFORN level and the afternoon (1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.) is a collateral session and will be held at a SECRET//NOFORN level. You have the option to add-on either the full-day, which incorporates both the a.m. and p.m. sessions or the afternoon half-day session only. The morning half-day session is not a standalone option.
The DoD, Intelligence Community, and industry professionals will explore advancements and challenges in assuring space system missions throughout the ever-increasing cyber-contested lifecycle.
Participants will be updated on 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.