Examining Measures to Mitigate Cyber Vulnerabilities of Space-based Strategic Assets
By Anonymous Invitation Only
Chatham House | 10 St James’s Square | London | SW1Y 4LE
Beyza Unal, Senior Research Fellow, International Security Department, Chatham House
Patricia Lewis, Research Director, International Security Department, Chatham House
Strategic systems that depend on space-based assets, such as command, control and communication, early warning systems, weapons systems and weapons platforms, are essential for conducting successful NATO operations and missions. Given the increasing dependency on such systems, the alliance and key member states would therefore benefit from an in-depth analysis of possible mitigation and resilience measures.
This workshop is part of the International Security Department’s (ISD) project on space security and the vulnerability of strategic assets to cyberattacks
, which includes a recently published report. This project aims to create resilience in NATO and key NATO member states, building the capacity of key policymakers and stakeholders to respond with effective policies and procedures. This workshop will focus on measures to mitigate the cyber vulnerabilities of NATO’s space-dependent strategic assets. Moreover, participants will discuss the type of resilience measures and …read more