Interesting thread where some ESA‘s 2012 slides containing threats models are commented while “Cosmos 2542, a Russian satellite, has recently synchronized its orbit with USA 245, a NRO KH11” sat”. By the way, CCSDS’ SEA-SEC Working group is in the process of updating its 2015 Security Threats against Space Missions Green Book. Issue 2. December… Continue reading Cosmos 2542 meeting USA 245
HackADay has a “Lessons Learned from a CubeSat Postmortem” article on “KRAKsat Sattellite Mission – Lessons Learned” paper published by the mission team from AGH University of Science and Technology in Cracow, Poland. No crucial error described in the paper is directly linked to cyber, however some are interesting: Problems with clearing the flash memory (testing… Continue reading CubeSat Postmortem
Considering the context, I highly doubt the contrary could be announced but nevertheless, some bits on cybersecurity at ESA are detailed in this ESA’s publications “ESA practices security” from November 2019. This general publication perfectly introduces what was discussed at Space19+. September 30, 2019: A presentation from ESA on Cyber Resilience from “ESA Cyber Resilience… Continue reading ESA practices (Cyber)security
Actualy this is a very limited press review but I have noted some articles, mainly articles from November 2019 Via Satellite issue published before or after 2019’s Cybersat Summit, all related to Access Intelligence LLC (yeah, that one was easy to find): The Growing Risk of a Major Satellite Cyber Attack (November, 2019) : comments on… Continue reading Fall (partial) press review
Bits on LoRaWAN Security: LoRa Security – Building a Secure LoRa Security by Robert Miller Security Review of LoRaWan networks by Renaud Lifchitz . Renaud est intervenu pour la COMET du 18/09/2018 : Space’s Industrial Control Systems Security 2nd Edition : IoT Devices Vulnerabilities : Aeronautics and aerospace security.
AIAA has a listing in its current openings for a Program Manager, Aerospace Cybersecurity. Job description is in this pdf.
From a MITRE’s news: The Space Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAC) and National Cybersecurity Center announced on Aug. 26 that MITRE will become the Space ISAC’s newest founding member, joining Kratos Defense & Security Solutions and Booz Allen Hamilton. Scott Kordella, MITRE’s executive director for space, will serve on the Space ISAC board of… Continue reading MITRE joins Space ISAC
Not strictly space cybersecurity related but it could be the first identity theft case seen in space (if confirmed): an astronaut may have fraudulently accessed a bank account from an ISS’ computer. Issues like juridiction, forensics and legal use of NASA’s assets are dealt with in few articles: An article from TheVerge, An article from… Continue reading Has a (cyber-)crime been committed on the ISS ?
U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency has released in February 2019 a report on challenges to U.S. Security in Space (news – report in pdf).