In 1981, the SATELLITE Conference and Exhibition was founded with the objective of connecting and uniting the satellite industry as it moved forward into new horizons. SATELLITE has served the satellite and space communities for 41 years, and its content has expanded to include professionals in commercial markets that benefit from satellite technology and applications, such as broadcasting, media & entertainment, government/military, aviation, maritime, automotive, financial, healthcare, telecommunications, and more.
SATELLITE is widely regarded as the most important and inclusive social meeting of space and satellite thinking leaders in the world. SATELLITE brings together executives, engineers, government officials, and commercial customers to address global issues, bridge the digital divide, expand access to space, foster new innovation and future leadership, engage on policy, and network with colleagues and peers. SATELLITE proudly welcomes industry veterans to speak with young professionals and entrepreneurs on a stage that will influence the future of commercial space.
Exhibit Show Floor
With new technologies that revolutionize how we live, the expanding space-based economy, joined by an innovative terrestrial ecosystem, is propelling the sector further than ever before. As technology advances, it becomes clear that satellites have never been more important to such a diverse range of sectors. The newest ideas, technology, and solutions are on show on the exhibit hall floor.
Even in this technological age, nothing beats face-to-face meetings with individuals you would never have met otherwise. You never know what new relationship can emerge in the most unexpected of places, and if you’re not there to grasp it, your competition will. At SATELLITE, you’ll create priceless contacts, make new friends, reconnect with existing colleagues, and close the transaction that was too essential to be sealed over email. We’re bridging the gap between the satellite sector and the rest of the world.
Defend Your Company From Unknown Threats. Participate in interactive conversations, workshops, and classified briefings with other experts.
Why Should You Attend CyberLEO?
The LEO revolution has come to an end. Every year, thousands of tiny satellites are launched, and numerous LEO constellations will be operational by 2022. LEO creates an opportunity for emerging technologies and innovation, but it also creates a playground for bad actors to take advantage of these constellations. New technology, rapid launches, hundreds of thousands of entry points – LEO creates an opportunity for emerging technologies and innovation, but it also creates a playground for bad actors to take advantage of these constellations. How will we ensure that the route to LEO is secure?
CyberLEO takes the following approach to these issues:
May 11th is National Classified Day.
Nowhere else will you find more government and military participants working to uncover threat vectors and devise solutions to combat next-generation threats than at this event’s Classified Program. Speakers will provide TS-SCI level lectures on ways to improve the space ecosystem’s robustness and safety.
May 12-13, Unclassified Program
Attend the only LEO and new technology-focused cybersecurity event. For conversations and in-depth insight into the current cyber dangers, hear from high-level executives in satellite, space, cybersecurity, and government.
Cybersecurity is more relevant than ever. The challenge going forward for satellite industry professionals extends far beyond just the rising number of cyber threats; we’re also seeing new areas for exploitation. Bad actors will never stop trying to find and exploit stress points and vulnerabilities, which will cause disruption and possible destruction of your systems and processes – you need to plan and prepare your organization against such threats.
CyberSatGov tackles these challenges with the following approach:
Classified Day, November 1
The Classified Program sets this event apart– nowhere else will you find more government and military participants working to identify threat vectors and formulate solutions to thwart next-generation attacks. Speakers will share TS-SCI level presentations on how to build resiliency and ensure safety within the space ecosystem.
Unclassified Program, November 2-3
Attend the only satellite security event that merges satellite, space, and cybersecurity experts with government officials for high-level discussions and in-depth insight into the latest cyber threats.