08.30 – 09.00 | BREAKFAST
09.00 – 09.40 | OPENING KEYNOTE
09.40 – 10.30 | THE THREAT LANDSCAPE FOR LEO SATELLITE NETWORKS
Over the next few years, there will be thousands of interconnected LEO satellites, bringing their own vulnerabilities. In the opening panel at CyberSatCom, we assess the unique threats that could be posed for these satellites, and what the industry must do to keep these new networks secure. Given there will be thousands of LEO satellites, how does the threat differ from traditional GEO satellites, and will these satellites be more susceptible to cyber attacks?
Mark Holmes, Editorial Director, Via Satellite, Access Intelligence
10.30 – 11.00 | NETWORKING BREAK
11.00 – 11.45 | QUANTUM SATELLITES: COMING TO AN ORBIT NEAR YOU
In 2016, China launched its first quantum communications satellite, Micius. However, the trend looks likely to continue into the future and this panel will explore the possibilities for development in the industry. Will quantum cryptography become mainstream over the next few years, and will west coast companies be able to develop these new satellites?
11.45 – 12.15 | NEWSPACE VIEWPOINT ON CYBERSECURITY AND SPACE
12.15 – 13.45 | KEYNOTE LUNCH
13.45 – 14.15 | DESSERT BREAK WITH EXHIBITORS
14.15 – 15.15 | WORKSHOPS/INTERACTIVE SESSIONS
15.30 – 16.15 | SPACE SUSTAINABILITY AS WE MOVE TOWARDS NEW ECONOMIES
As space becomes more mainstream, space-based economies are no longer the stuff of science fiction, and new industries are starting to emerge. We’ll take a deep dive into the potential of areas such as energy from space, drug manufacturing from space, asteroid mining, and strive to answer the question “how do we create a more secure space environment?”
16.15 – 17.00 | SOFTWARE DEFINED SATELLITES: THE CYBER THREAT INCREASES
Satellites are becoming networks within themselves, as many new satellites contain a major software component. However, as satellites contain more software, their vulnerability increases tenfold. Here, we look at some of the cyber issues around software-defined satellites, and how the industry could combat these threats.
17.00 – 17.30 | LATE AFTERNOON FIRESIDE CHAT
An Interactive Q and A with West Coast Cybersecurity Influencer (SpaceX)
17.30 – 19.00 | EVENING RECEPTION
08.00 – 08.30 | BREAKFAST
8.30 – 09.30 | OPENING PANEL: HOW NEWSPACE COMPANIES ARE PROTECTING SMALLSAT INVESTMENTS
While companies like SpaceX and Amazon can afford to think big when launching satellites, there are a number of smaller NewSpace companies that don’t have the monetary luxury. What is the future for these NewSpace companies, and what must be they do to make sure they don’t come under threat? What are their strategies to remain secure?
09.30 – 10.15 | PROTECTING THE SUPPLY CHAIN
The supply chain for satellites and their networks are complex ecosystems with many moving parts. If there’s a single weak point in the supply chain, the whole system could be compromised. What are the specific supply chain issues that could cause a breach and what can the industry do to resolve them?
10.15 – 10.45 | NETWORKING BREAK
10.45 – 11.15 | SPACE CISO PERSPECTIVE
11.15 – 12.00 | COMMERCIAL VS. GOVERNMENT: WHO LEADS THE WAY?
There is no doubt that the government/military market and commercial market have different dynamics. But, are the two sectors learning from each other to keep satellite assets secure? During this discussion, you’ll hear from a cross-section of speakers from these differing markets to see what the industry in learning, and how this collaboration could extend further.
12.00 – 13.15 | KEYNOTE LUNCH
13.15 – 13.45 | DESSERT BREAK WITH EXHIBITORS
13.45 – 14.30 | ACADEMIA: PROJECT FUTURE SPACE
Generation Z and Millennials have been raised in an “always connected” world, and they are next in line to make sure satellite and space assets stay secure. How are the next generation preparing for the cyber security world and what do they see as future threats in the space environment? Join students and young professionals as they discuss their views on challenges, cyber threats and the general landscape of the future space environment.
14.30 – 15.15 | 5G AND SPACE: TWO WORLDS COLLIDE
The world of 5G is fast approaching. For the space industry, 5G represents an unprecedented opportunity to cement a future in a global interconnected communications system. To end CyberSatCom on a futuristic yet realistic note by delving into the developing 5G ecosystem, the perceived security threats of an interconnected world, and how satellite/space companies can make the most of being in these future networks.
Jack Deasy, Vice President of Government, SES