Don’t miss this opportunity to join like-minded colleagues, cybersecurity experts, satellite industry providers and integrators in dynamic, high-level discussion, one-on-one networking, and informative, solution-oriented sessions.

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You’ll get…
  • Intelligence on the current threat environment, how you should be looking at the threats, and updated intelligence on how to avoid them
  • Updates on the emerging technologies, a better understanding of what they can do for you, and how to use them within your organization
  • A sophisticated understanding of the often well-organized and financed criminal elements seeking to profit from satellite hacks
  • Information on emerging threats to satellites beyond cyber
  • Groundbreaking Thought Leadership
  • Ample opportunities to network!

Why Attend?

For the past three years, CyberSat has been the leading satellite security event for the government, satellite, and cyber industries. Year after year, there has been a consistent growth in attendance and conversations that encompass the most pressing cybersecurity threats to satellite and the potential impact they have on each industry.

Thousands of interconnected small satellites from NewSpace companies are expected to be launched within the next few years which will bring a new set of vulnerabilities for the industry. With a growing need for cybersecurity, CyberSat will launch its first CyberSatCom from May 12-14, 2021 at the Hyatt Regency LAX in Los Angeles, CA with a focus on tackling cybersecurity threats to small satellites and emerging technologies. With an expected attendance of 200 attendees, this is the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of digital protection while picking the brain of space and satellite industry leaders.

Serving two sides of the same conversation coin, CyberSat will be hosting its fourth annual CyberSatGov on October 6-8, 2020 in Reston, VA to discuss satellite security and emerging threats within the government and military market. This is your opportunity to join high ranking intelligence and DoD official, and cybersecurity professionals for the only satellite security event in the world that solely focuses on government and military.


May 12-14, 2021
Hyatt Regency LAX
Los Angeles, CA

Classified Day

May 12, 2020

At CyberSatCom’s 2021 Classified Day, the Intelligence Community and Space & Satellite industry leaders will 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.

In order to attend CyberSatCom’s Classified Day, you must add Classified Day to your registration and provide your proof of clearance . All clearances should be passed by a recognized security person and by whichever format your security office prefers.

More details to come at a later date!

Interactive Workshops

May 13, 2021

Looking for an interactive way to learn more about cybersecurity solutions? CyberSatCom will be offering afternoon workshops led by industry leading experts that you’ll be able to choose from – based on what best suits your focus!

More details to come at a later date!

Who attends the annual CyberSat Summit

  • AI Developer
  • Automation Engineer
  • Chief Data Officer
  • Chief Engineer
  • Chief Information Systems Officer
  • Chief Strategy Officer
  • Chief Technology Officer
  • Communications & Security Systems Specialist
  • Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst
  • Cybersecurity Intelligence Supervisor
  • Digital Product Manager
  • Director of Operations
  • Director of Technology Information
  • Head of Critical Infrastructure
  • Head of IT
  • Innovation Development Manager
  • IoT Director
  • IT Infrastructure Director
  • IT Technologies
  • Network & Security Manager
  • Network & Systems Operator
  • Network Engineer
  • Principal Scientist
  • Security Architect
  • Systems Engineer
  • Technical Manager
  • VP of Technology