Hacking satellites in space: The First European Conference CYSAT’21 in Davos, Switzerland

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Feb 17, 2021

LAUSANNE, Switzerland. February 16th, 2020 – CYSEC, a Swiss cybersecurity company, is co-organizing with AP-Swiss, the Ambassador Platform of the European Space Agency’s Applications programme in Switzerland, the first event dedicated to cybersecurity for satellites in Europe. CYSAT ’21 will gather leading players from the European space industry in Davos, Switzerland, to share challenges and solutions related to cyber risks in space

  • CYSAT’21 dedicates its mission to the growing cyber risks in space, a global challenge for business and society
  • CYSAT’21 brings for the first time in Europe ethical hackers and security researchers together with decision-makers from the space industry
  • CYSAT’21 will cover both aspects of cyber-riskss as well as best practices and solutions to secure satellite communications
  • CYSAT’21 takes place from March 15th to 17th in a hybrid format: online and in Davos, Switzerland

Link: Cysat | Davos 2021


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