Cyber security in New Space: Analysis of threats, key enabling technologies and challenges. Manulis, M.; Bridges, C. P.; Harrison, R.; Sekar, V.; and Davis, A. International Journal of Information Security, May, 2020.
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Developments in technologies, attitudes and investment are transforming the space environment, achieving greater accessibility for an increasing number of parties. New and proposed constellations will increase the in-orbit satellite population by the order of thousands, expanding the threat landscape of the space industry. This article analyses past satellite security threats and incidents to assess the motivations and characteristics of adversarial threats to satellites. The ground and radio frequency communications were the most favoured targets; however, the boom of satellites constellations in the upcoming years may shift this focus towards the space segment which must be addressed. Key technology advancements and open issues in the satellite industry related to security and operational requirements are also discussed.
@article{manulis_cyber_2020,
	title = {Cyber security in {New} {Space}: {Analysis} of threats, key enabling technologies and challenges},
	issn = {1615-5262, 1615-5270},
	shorttitle = {Cyber security in {New} {Space}},
	url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/s10207-020-00503-w},
	doi = {10.1007/s10207-020-00503-w},
	abstract = {Developments in technologies, attitudes and investment are transforming the space environment, achieving greater accessibility for an increasing number of parties. New and proposed constellations will increase the in-orbit satellite population by the order of thousands, expanding the threat landscape of the space industry. This article analyses past satellite security threats and incidents to assess the motivations and characteristics of adversarial threats to satellites. The ground and radio frequency communications were the most favoured targets; however, the boom of satellites constellations in the upcoming years may shift this focus towards the space segment which must be addressed. Key technology advancements and open issues in the satellite industry related to security and operational requirements are also discussed.},
	language = {en},
	urldate = {2020-05-21},
	journal = {International Journal of Information Security},
	author = {Manulis, M. and Bridges, C. P. and Harrison, R. and Sekar, V. and Davis, A.},
	month = may,
	year = {2020}
}
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