28 Jan The European Champions Alliance partners up with CYSEC & AP-Swiss on CYSAT’21
“Satellite operators can no longer ignore cyber risks when designing a new satellite or a new constellation. It needs to be integrated from the very start. Today we see a lack of awareness, expertise and European solutions available on the market. The goal of CYSAT is to bring all players and decision-makers together in order to accelerate the European response. Switzerland is in a perfect position to lead the efforts!”, said Mathieu Bailly, VP Space at CYSEC and member of the organizing committee of CYSAT’21. In regard to this eye-opening statement, the ECA is happy to partner up with CYSEC and AP-Swiss on CYSAT’21.
The event will take place from March 17-19th, 2021 and will attract key players from the European space industry in Davos, Switzerland, to share challenges and solutions related to cyber risks in Space. Due to restricting circumstances, CYSAT ’21 also offers participants the opportunity to follow the event online. The event will combine keynotes from ethical hackers and researchers on the risks, technical presentations on best practices and solutions to secure satellite communications as well as selected industrial leaders sharing their vision towards a European cyber resilience.
As an official partner of CYSAT’21, the ECA is happy to offer its full members, special discounts on tickets. If you want to profit from ECA advantages don’t hesitate to become a member or contact us at email@example.com
About CYSEC SA
CYSEC SA is a cybersecurity company based at the EPFL Innovation Park in Lausanne, Switzerland. CYSEC developed a confidential computing environment called ARCA that enables running container-based applications without added complexity. For the space market, CYSEC offers end-to-end security for satellite communications via its family of ARCA and ARCASpace trusted operating systems compatible with any hardware platform. For more information, please visit www.cysec.com/space
AP-Swiss is the Ambassador Platform of the European Space Agency’s ARTES Applications programmes in Switzerland. It is a partnership between the European Space Agency (ESA) and the State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) of the Swiss Confederation. AP-Swiss also supports ESA BIC Switzerland, the ESA Business Incubation center in Switzerland. For more information, please visit www.ap-swiss.ch