The first European event entirely dedicated to cybersecurity for the space industry

April 6-7th, 2022

Sponsors
Raising awareness of the cybersecurity of space assets

Today, many critical services on Earth depend on the collection and transmission of data by satellites. According to Allied Market Research, downstream services relying on satellite data will represent a $19,36B market by 2027 at a CAGR of 19,1%.

Ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of space data against cyber threats is a new challenge as satellites have historically been designed to be reliable and not secure.

In addition, recent trends such as software-defined satellites, usage of COTS components, in-orbit reconfigurations, intelligence on board, quantum technologies, etc are making space assets and data more and more vulnerable to cyber attacks.

CYSAT aims at bringing together the space and IT security communities to build a European ecosystem capable to respond to the current and future challenges faced by the European space industry.

Raising awareness of the cybersecurity of space assets

3 days content

TECHNICAL CONFERENCES

PRIVATE WORKSHOPS

EXECUTIVE KEYNOTES

Come at CYSAT to learn and share your expertise on cybersecurity for space.
Space industry leaders, hackers, cybersecurity experts, all the hot topics related to space assets and data security. The target audience are space engineers.

PRIVATE WORKSHOPS will be organized by CYSEC and offered to CYSAT sponsors during the conference for a more private set-up with selected participants, for example to support a product launch or perform a product demonstration.

C-Level executives, top level representatives of institutions and agencies, as well as political leaders and decision-makers, will share their vision of the European strategy towards secure and sovereign space assets and data.

THE + : CYSAT WILL HOST
THE FIRST HACKING DEMONSTRATION ON A FLYING SATELLITE

Coming to Paris

For its second edition,
CYSAT is coming to Paris !

Considering the growing importance of cybersecurity and space, the second edition will reinforce its ambition to become a central node for the space industry.

Hosted in downtown Paris, CYSAT’22 will be ideally positioned to attract both space and cybersecurity players from the industry, academia, national and European agencies.

You can't come in Paris ?
CYSAT will broadcast all conferences on its interactive platform.
Don't miss the opportunity to participate to CYSAT, with the ONLINE PASS !

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CONTRIBUTE TO CYSAT’22

Are you interested in presenting at CYSAT’22? We’re looking for speakers on all topics related to cybersecurity for space, both technical and non-technical. Don’t hesitate to submit your idea below

Europe’s first satellite hack

We’re calling all ethical hackers, space and security professionals, students, and members of the public to team up to submit their ideas for attacking the powerful flight computer and the various payloads on board a satellite belonging to the European Space Agency called “OPS-SAT ». The proposed scenarios shall involve not only attacking the satellite but also demonstrate how the attack can be detected, remedied and prevented. The top 3 teams will be invited to CYSAT in April 2022 to perform and present their demos live.

A look back at the 2021 edition

Last year, the 3-day event broadcasted live from Davos, Switzerland, represented
the first opportunity for the space community to discuss cyber challenges related to space missions: cyber threats, on ground and on board security, cloud services, newspace, satellite constellations, quantum technologies, etc.

200+

participants

54

speakers

from 26

countries

> CLOUD

> QUANTUM

> SATELLITE HACKING

> GROUND OPERATIONS

CYSAT’21 PARTNERS

Attend CYSAT’22

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Mathieu Bailly

VP Space, CYSEC SA

Mathieu is heading the space business unit at CYSEC where he oversees product development and business activities.

Patrick Trinkler

CEO, CYSEC SA

Patrick co-founded CYSEC in 2018 after spending his career in IT security in quantum technologies.​

José Achache

Director, AP-Swiss

José was Director of Earth Observation at ESA and Deputy Director General at CNES. He is recognized as the architect of COPERNICUS, the global Earth monitoring programme of the European Union.