Toward Space Cyber Integration

Toward Space Cyber Integration Many of today’s cyber systems are engineered with a networked layer model, which is different from the way traditional space systems were designed. Legacy space systems are typically a collection of subsystems supporting space and ground segments. Because of the different engineering methodologies that went into establishing space and cyber systems, […]  More »

Achieving Mission Resilience for Space Systems

Achieving Mission Resilience for Space Systems Space systems need enhanced resiliency to ensure performance of critical functions and overall mission operations during a cyberattack. Aerospace is investigating various approaches to achieving such resilience for current and future programs. Jandria S. Alexander Space assets are an integral part of cyberspace. As such, they are directly and […]  More »

Meeting National Security Space Needs in the Contested Cyberspace Domain

Meeting National Security Space Needs in the Contested Cyberspace Domain Growing concern over emerging cyber threats is shifting attention to mission resilience—the ability to operate through new and evolving threats in the cyberspace domain. Rami R. Razouk and Frank C. Belz   During the last two decades, the U.S. government and private sectors have come […]  More »