In an increasingly digital world, cyber attacks on satellites face the possibility of becoming a more common occurrence. Just one attack could cripple critical infrastructure and be disastrous for possibly millions of individuals. The CyberSat Summits are dedicated to fostering the necessary discussions to understand current threat vectors in the satellite and space industry, with the intent to develop solutions to prioritize and mitigate risks.

Launching in 2022, CyberLEO will take place May 11- 13 in Los Angeles, CA, and address cybersecurity threats that will emerge as thousands of satellites and constellations come online. The conversation continues in Reston, VA November 1 – 3 with our flagship event CyberSatGov, focusing on government, military, satellite, and space communities.

With an estimated 100,000 satellites in orbit by 2030 made up largely by small satellite constellations, many experts fear attacks are imminent and could be catastrophic if cybersecurity isn’t a priority now. CyberLEO will bring together an expected attendance of 200 cybersecurity, government, and industry leaders to discuss how to protect constellations and emerging technologies from the latest threat vectors.

CyberSatGov is the only satellite security event that successfully fuses satellite, space, cyber, and government to educate on threat vectors and deliver solutions to thwart next-generation attacks. CyberSatGov welcomes cybersecurity experts, satellite service providers, C-Suite executives, innovators and engineers, federal intelligence agencies, and the Department of Defense for three interactive days of discussions, workshops, and disruptive technologies.