A brand new experience at CYSAT 2024

The Panic room - a cyber attack simulation

How would you react in a cybersecurity crisis? Find out in the Panic Room!

The Panic Room, a unique simulation of a cybersecurity attack.  A captivating experience where 12 participants get the opportunity to test their resilience in the face of a crisis. The best cyber defense is cyber-attack!

“Our goal is to test the behavior of teams in the face of a cyber attack, to detect weaknesses in companies’ security protocols, to analyze everyone’s behavior in situations close to reality” says Thierry Roux, Cap Cobra.

What to expect during the session?

In a stressful environment (dim lighting, noises, etc.), the group is confronted with well-documented crisis scenarios, for example: customer data breaches, company website deletions, ERP malfunctions, remote system takeovers, ransom demands. Each participant is assigned a specific role in a company’s hierarchy and must deal with the simulated situation. 

Register quickly as space is limited to 12 participants per session. The experience will be offered in both French and English.

Organized by Cap Cobra

Cap Cobra works tirelessly to enhance organization and train teams responsible for information security and cyber crisis management. The company’s main goal is to enhance organizations’ ability to protect and defend informational assets and business values.

Junior Stage – Station F

Wednesday April 25th

French Session 

 9:30am to 10:30am

English Session

11:00am to 12:00pm

Interested in the workshop? 

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Only 12 seats available per session

 Onsite exclusively

Do you want to know more about CYSAT 2024?

The CYSAT ACADEMY will be hosted by the following expert

Ignacio Aguilar Sanchez

Ignacio Aguilar Sanchez is a Senior Space Communications Systems Engineer at the European Space Agency (ESA)/ European space research and technology centre (ESTEC).

He holds an MSc in Telecommunications Engineering (1986, Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain) and a Master’s in Business Administration (1997, Open University, United Kingdom).


Joined ESA in March 1991. Throughout his professional career at ESA he has been involved in a number of relevant projects and activities. In particular:

  • Almost three years of work as the Consultative Committee of Space Data Systems (CCSDS) Space Link Services (SLS) Area Director, supervising the development and maintenance of space communication standards on radiofrequency and modulation, channel coding and synchronization, space link protocols, space data link security protocols, data compression and optical communications.
  • almost two decades of work for the Systems Engineering Area (SEA) Security Working Group (WG) and in particular its application to Space Link Protocols in the last decade as member of the joint SLS-SEA Space Data Link Security (SDLS) WG with frequent interaction with Space Link Protocols WG as well as with the Coding & Synchronization WG and the Radiofrequency & Modulation WG;
  •  Rapporteur for the European Standards Telecommunication Institute (ETSI) for the revision of the ETSI Telemetry, Command and Ranging (TCR) Standard for Telecommunication Satellites (radio frequency modulation, coding) and accompanying technical report;
  • GALILEO first generation, in charge of supervising the analysis and definition of their S-band and C-band space-to-ground interfaces, ranging from physical to application layers;
  •  Atomic Clock Ensemble in Space (ACES) Microwave Link (ML), a state-of-the-art two-way time-transfer system, supervising its design and development phase;Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV), the ESA International Space Station (ISS) Visiting Vehicle, in charge of its space communications systems during the design and development phase;
  • research and development activities covering robust spread spectrum communication (cryptographic modulation and synchronization), complementary channel coding and interleaving, frame synchronization as well as next generation telemetry systems and advanced antenna technology for launchers;
  •  member and reviewer of the Technical Programme Committees of a number of conferences and workshops like the IEEE Military Communications Conference, IEEE Aerospace Conference, the ESA International Telemetry, Tracking and Command Workshop, the Space Ops Workshop as well as reviews for journals like Computers and Security;
  •  author of many publications addressing TT&C systems, spread spectrum modulation, channel coding and security.
 

A unique European Cybersecurity Opportunity

CYSAT is a unique opportunity in Europe to position your organization as forward-thinking and committed to address the issue of cybersecurity for your clients relying on space assets and data.

European and French agencies, space industrial leaders and innovative start-ups have already confirmed their participation and proposed high-level speakers.


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