May 2018 Edition
C5ISR (and derivatives), CyberSecurity, Space and Ground Networks
National Space Symposium 2018: Keynote address—U.S.A.F. General John “Jay” Raymond, General Raymond’s presentation courtesy of Air Force Space Command
Good morning… I tell you, what a great morning...it’s great to be here (at the Space Symposium)… General Shelton, thank you for the kind remarks, the kind introduction, and thank you more importantly for your leadership, mentorship, and your friendship. I really value your counsel and I appreciate your being here and all you do for us.
Global Proliferation of Counterspace Capabilities and Space Sustainability, By Dr. Brian Weeden, Director of Program Planning, and Victoria Samson, Washington Office Director, Secure World Foundation (SWF)
The space domain is undergoing a significant set of changes. A growing number of countries and commercial actors are getting involved in space, resulting in more innovation and benefits on Earth, but also more congestion and competition in space.
The New Warfighting Domain—A solution to tackle cybersecurity in tactical communications, By Charlie Kawasaki, Chief Technical Officer, PacStar
Cyber has emerged as a new warfighting domain. From fears of Russian hackers disrupting tactical networks to ISIS threatening a global cyberattack, the risk continues to grow as adversaries are now equipped with cyber and electronic warfare (EW) capabilities.
Overcoming The Largest Threats to Military Satellites and Increasing Resiliency, By Ryan Schradin, Senior Contributor and Executive Editor of SES-GS’ Government Satellite Report
Every satellite-focused discussion involving experts from the military and Department of Defense (DoD) over the past half-decade has had at least some time dedicated to the topic of the threats facing military satellite networks — and for good reason.
Cybersecurity Without Limits—The Cyphre Solution..., By Lance Smith, Chief Executive Officer, Cyphre
As far as can be projected into the future, what is clear that this world will experience ever-increasing connectedness, — that means all are headed into a brave new world of unbounded attack surfaces.
Information Assurance: The U.S. Military’s Need For What Commercial SATCOM Providers Offer, A SatCom Frontier Perspective
When the U.S. military began using satellite communications many decades ago, space was a sanctuary.