Space Tech Expo Bremen - 2021 Nov

Cyber Warfare

US Intelligence expects China to expand space weapons

Paris, 19 April 2021. – China intends to expand its destructive anti-satellite (ASAT) weapon arsenal to target U.S. satellites, the annual report of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) concluded.„China has already fielded ground-based ASAT missiles intended to destroy satellites in LEO and ground-based ASAT lasers probably intended to blind or damage sensitive space-based optical sensors on LEO satellites,” the unclassified report published last week found.

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Space Café WebTalk Recap Dr. Malcolm Davis on Australia’s recent space developments

In this week’s Space Cafè WebTalk, Dr. Malcolm Davis, Senior Analyst at Australian Strategic Policy Institute, Australia talked about the current strategic developments in Australia’s space ambitions.

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#SpaceWatchGL on the road: a Serbian ‘case’ for Cybersecurity in space

Serbian Case for Space Foundation organized its third webinar, together with Spacewatch.Global, on the 23rd July 2020. On this occasion, SCS wanted to tackle an important topic that often takes a backseat to popular engineering and technological feats when it comes to public perception of space industry: cyber security in outer space. SCS invited Andrej Petrovski, the Director of Tech at Share Foundation and Daniel Porras, the Director of Strategic Partnerships and Communications at the Secure World Foundation.

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Estonia Signs Contract To Develop Command Platform For NATO Cyber Range

The Estonian Centre for Defence Investment (ECDI) concluded a framework agreement with Guardtime OÜ and GT Cyber Technologies OÜ, the object of which is to develop, over a period of four years, an automated command and development platform for the NATO Cyber Range, which will exponentially improve the resources required for preparing and carrying out cyber training exercises.

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