Space Forum July 11: Cybersecurity in Space

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The National Space Society invites you to the next Space Forum

Thursday, July 11, 2024, 9:00 pm to 10:15 pm EDT

Cybersecurity in Space: Now and in the Future

Bryce Meyer
Bryce Meyer
Software Engineering/Cybersecurity Professional
NSS Space Ambassador

In today’s world, increasing reliance on space-based technologies makes the protection of space assets and personnel more critical than ever. Space systems, including satellites, space stations, and crewed spacecraft, face significant cybersecurity challenges. These risks can compromise networking, imagery, mission effectiveness, and the safety of both people and property in space.

As we embrace new technologies like artificial intelligence and witness the growing presence of factories, power systems, and humans in space, the stakes are higher than ever. The economic and national security impact of potential cybersecurity breaches is profound.

Join us for an insightful NSS Space Forum featuring NSS Space Ambassador Bryce Meyer, a recognized expert in software engineering and cybersecurity. Bryce will delve into the current and future risks, best practices, and cutting-edge tools for space cybersecurity. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights into safeguarding our space future. Whether you’re a space enthusiast, professional, or just curious about the topic, this space forum is for you! Use the link to register today and ask your questions.

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Bryce L. Meyer has a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering, an M.S. in Computer Science/Software Engineering, and a M.S. in Biology. In addition to being an NSS Space Ambassador for Space Agriculture, Editor in Chief of the NSS Space Settlement Journal, and a past NSS Board Member, he also has a day job in Software Engineering/Cybersecurity working with complex space and aerospace systems, and a night job teaching and researching Cybersecurity and AI with Franciscan University of Steubenville. Bryce has several cybersecurity and software engineering publications, and is an Associate Fellow with AIAA, and Senior Member of IEEE.

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Register no later than July 11 at 8 pm EST

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