CyberSat Summit Launching West Coast Event in 2020 Focused on the CyberSecurity of Small Satellites and Emerging Technologies

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Newly Launched CyberSatCom to Take Place May 13-15, 2020, in Los Angeles, Califonia | CyberSatGov (Formerly CyberSat Summit) to Host 3rd Annual Event October 6-8, 2020, in Reston, Virginia

For the past three years, CyberSat has been the leading satellite security event bringing together the government, satellite, aerospace, and cyber industries. Building on the success of the east coast event, and in response to the growing need to have constant, highly focused conversations about cybersecurity, CyberSat will be hosting two satellite security events in 2020 – CyberSatCom, focused on cybersecurity threats to small satellites and emerging technologies, and CyberSatGov, dedicated to serving the government and military market.

CyberSatCom will take place May 13 – 15 at the Hyatt Regency LAX in Los Angeles and takes a laser-focused view on cyber threats and security of the growing small satellite and LEO markets. As new constellations come online, cyber criminals are increasingly setting their sights on satellites with the intent to disrupt mission critical communications and affect large groups of people. The need for CyberSatCom and the environment to foster these cybersecurity discussions becomes even more important than ever.

“We are very excited to expand CyberSat to the west coast,” said Mark Holmes, Chair of both CyberSat events and Editorial Director of Via Satellite. “CyberSatCom in Los Angeles in May and CyberSatGov in Reston, VA in October will create the comprehensive environment our audience has been asking for to discuss a range of cyber threats to satellite technology. This community has trusted us for three years to put together a program and networking event they can’t get anywhere else, and we’re ready to take our expertise to the west coast. ”

Topics to be discussed at CyberSatCom:

  • 5G and Space: Two Worlds Collide
  • Academia: Project Future Space
  • Commercial VS Government: Who Leads the Way?
  • How NewSpace Companies are Protecting SmallSat Investments
  • NewSpace Viewpoint on Cybersecurity and Space
  • Protecting the Supply Chain for Satellites and Their Networks
  • Quantum Satellites: Coming to an Orbit Near You
  • Software-Defined Satellites: The Cyber Threat Increases
  • Space CISO Perspective
  • Space Sustainability as We Move Towards New Economies
  • The Threat Landscape for LEO Satellite Networks

Registration is open for both CyberSatCom and CyberSatGov with a special discount of 25% off when you register for both events. Members of the press are encouraged to sign up to attend at no cost. For more information, please visit: http://www.cybersatsummit.com.

CyberSatCom will be held May 13-15 at the Hyatt Regency LAX located at 6225 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045. CyberSatGov will be held October 6-8 at the Hyatt Regency Reston located at 1800 Presidents St, Reston, VA 20190.

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About CyberSatCom
With a growing need for cybersecurity in nearly every industry, CyberSat will launch its inaugural CyberSatCom from May 13-15, 2020 at the Hyatt Regency LAX in Los Angeles, CA with a focus on tackling cybersecurity threats to SmallSats and emerging technologies within the space and satellite industry. Join 200+ cybersecurity professionals for interactive discussions, workshops, and sessions that will help you secure your assets while picking the brain of industry leaders while networking with peers. Please visit http://www.cybersatsummit.com/event/commercial for more information.

About CyberSatGov
CyberSatGov is the only satellite security event in the world that successfully fuses satellite, space, cyber, and government to educate on threat vectors and deliver solutions to thwart next-generation attacks. CyberSatGov will take place October 6-8, 2020 at the Hyatt Regency Reston in Reston, VA to welcome 400+ industry experts, satellite service providers, C-Suite executives, innovators and engineers, cybersecurity experts, Federal Intelligence Agencies, and the DoD for interactive discussions, workshops, and disruptive technologies.

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