Don’t let hackers follow us to space – Spideroak VP of Solutions
SpaceNews | 11.8.2021
If you have been amazed by recent space breakthroughs like flying a robotic helicopter on Mars, reusable rockets that can land vertically, and the long-anticipated takeoff of space tourism, brace yourself: this is just the beginning. But with new moves into space, there is the risk that we will take our Earthbound cyber vulnerabilities with us into orbit.View Article
Forbes | 8.12.2022
At a time when government budgets are very limited in even their ability to service debt obligations and pay for minimum essential services, satellites and roaming robots are the answer.
Forbes | 7.30.2022
The Space Review recently revealed a new imminent threat, which Russia has developed to complement its current space surveillance complex. Known as Kalina, this new capability is an ominous laser weapon straight out of Ian Fleming’s twisted imagination.
1945 | 7.27.2022
It is understandable that military analysts focus on Russia and the threat it poses to Ukraine. But when it comes to cyber, and in particular cyberdefense and offense in space, we cannot forget that China is the leading threat.