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Agenda

Our mission is to bring you discussions, updates, briefings, and lessons learned stemming from real-world experiences that will make a positive impact on your cybersecurity strategy. That’s why we work closely with our Advisory Board to build a program that you can feel confident in. With multiple constellations being launched, we could see tens of thousands of satellites entering LEO. CyberLEO will become the epicenter of discussion surrounding security issues in a LEO world.

Conference Agendas:
Classified Day  //  Unclassified Program 
 

CLASSIFIED DAY

Wednesday, May 10 (Separate ticket required)

CyberLEO’s Classified Day program brings together the DoD, intelligence community, and industry leaders to discuss emerging risks to proliferated LEO satellite constellations. Invited speakers will share TS/SCI level presentations on current threat analysis and how to build resiliency to the ecosystem.

Attendees will be updated on the space cyber landscape through presentations from senior intel analysts, cybersecurity experts, and those developing and deploying technologies to enhance architectural resiliency against emerging cyber threats.

Please note: TS/SCI Clearance is required to attend CyberLEO’s Classified Day.


UNCLASSIFIED PROGRAM

In an increasingly digital world, cyber-attacks on satellites face the possibility of becoming a more common occurrence. With an estimated 100,000 small satellites in orbit by 2030, industry experts fear a single attack could cripple critical infrastructure if cybersecurity isn’t a priority now. 

CyberLEO’s Unclassified Program will bring you discussions, updates, briefings, and lessons learned stemming from real-world experiences that will make an immediate impact on your cybersecurity strategy, and brings together industry and government leaders to discuss open source software vulnerabilities, network segmentation, ransomware, end-to-end product security, data provenance and more.

Thursday, May 11th


🕒 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM                                         
BREAKFAST | Sponsored by

🕒 9:00 AM – 9:30 AM                                         
OPENING KEYNOTE

🕒 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM                                         
KEYNOTE: DARPA

Speaker – Dr. Gregory Kuperman, Program Manager, Strategic Technology Office, DARPA

🕒 10:00 AM – 10:45 AM                                         
KEYNOTES & INDUSTRY: COLLABORATION TO AVOID CRISIS
In the opening keynotes, we will talk about the changing security environment in light of the attacks on satellite infrastructure last year, how emerging space companies can look to work with governments and others, and the ever growing importance of security, given the changing dynamics in this area. LEO brings more satellites, and in many ways could be the future of the industry. Our keynotes will rejoin the stage alongside industry professionals to talk about how this new breed of space company, and companies without decades of heritage, can work with government agencies to show they can provide the levels of security needed going forward.

Speaker – Dr. Gregory Kuperman, Program Manager, Strategic Technology Office, DARPA

🕒 10:45 AM – 11:15 AM                                         
TEA/COFFEE BREAK

🕒 11:15 AM – 12:00 PM                                         
LEO OPERATORS: LESSONS LEARNED FROM STARLINK AND VIASAT
2022 proved to be an eventful year, especially for the satellite industry.  Satellites were front and center in Ukraine, with Viasat on the frontline and Starlink playing a key role in keeping Ukraine connected. This put the security of satellites in the spotlight. How did the events in 2022 shape the way LEO operators are approaching cybersecurity in 2023? What did we learn from what happened in Ukraine that we can apply today?

🕒 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM                                         
INDIVIDUAL VIEWPOINT

🕒 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM                                         
LUNCH AND KEYNOTE

🕒 2:00 PM – 2:30 PM                                         
DESSERT BREAK

🕒 2:30 PM – 3:15 PM                                         
LINKING UP FOR SUCCESS: PROTECTING SATELLITE LINKS
We are heading into an era of thousands to tens of thousands of satellites, and there will be more links than ever between satellites. What must the industry do to secure these links going forward? What challenges does the industry face as they work to secure those links?

🕒 3:15 PM – 4:00 PM                                         
SATELLITE-TO-CELL: NEW MARKET, RIPE FOR AN ATTACK?
Apple’s deal with Globalstar, Starlink’s deal with T-Mobile.  Game-changing deals are being made between the satellite industry and handset manufacturers/telcos and progressing collaboration between satellite and terrestrial telco. However, these deals create a ripe environment for bad actors to attack these networks. What are the security implications of these recent “game-changer” deals? How can the satellite industry capitalize on this exciting new market while mitigating threats?

🕒 4:00 PM – 4:30 PM                                         
TEA/COFFEE BREAK

🕒 4:30 PM – 5:15 PM                                         
ZERO TRUST: WHAT IS IT? BUILDING AN ARCHITECTURE
What are the unique requirements for cybersecurity in space? How do you deal with issues such as compliance and privacy in space? What does the ‘Zero Trust’ environment in LEO really mean? A panel of experts will explore these questions and give practical tips on building an effective Zero Trust architecture.

🕒 5:15 PM – 7:00 PM                                         
NETWORKING RECEPTION | Sponsored by

Friday, May 12th


🕒 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM                                         
BREAKFAST

🕒 9:00 AM – 9:30 AM                                         
OPENING KEYNOTE

🕒 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM                                         
KEYNOTE

🕒 10:00 AM – 10:45 AM                                         
KEYNOTES & COMMERCIAL INDUSTRY: MULTI-PATH, MULTI ORBIT: DEVELOPING A SYSTEM OF SYSTEMS
Our keynotes will join industry experts on the stage to talk about the development of a multi-path, multi-orbit system of systems involving LEO satellites. What are the implications of building such a system and how close we are to a move away from being beholden to one technology? It represents a significant cultural shift to what we have seen before. Is it worth the risk?

🕒 10:45 AM – 11:15 AM                                         
TEA/COFFEE BREAK

🕒 11:15 AM – 12:00 PM                                         
SATELLITE TERMINALS IN LEO: DEVELOPMENTS AND KEY METRICS FOR SUCCESS
There will be more satellite terminals than ever before, and in turn, more entry points into a system than we have ever seen. The building of these terminals will take place more rapidly and flood the market. How is the technology in these terminals progressing? Will satellite networks become more vulnerable?

🕒 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM                                         
VIEWPOINT/CASE STUDY

🕒 12:30 PM – 1:45 PM                                         
LUNCH AND KEYNOTE

🕒 1:45 PM – 2:15 PM                                         
DESSERT BREAK

🕒 2:15 PM – 3:00 PM                                         
CYBER CRISIS MANAGEMENT: WHAT TO DO WHEN THE WORST HAPPENS
Satellite networks being attacked is a phenomenon that is here to stay, emphasized by the Viasat breach last year. When an attack happens, the adrenaline is running high, decisions have to be made as quickly as they come up and every step you take is a crucial one.  In times of a crisis, how do you manage the situation?  This panel of crisis management experts walk through an effective ‘cyber crisis management’ approach and what satellite companies can do if the sky starts to fall.