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SpiderOak to Test Cybersecurity Software on US Space Force Command and Control System | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #ransomware


SpiderOak will research the integration of its software with a US Space Force ground-based satellite command and control system.

SpiderOak will deploy its OrbitSecure software to enhance the cybersecurity of the Rapid Resilient Command and Control effort, a software-based ground control system for military satellites. 

OrbitSecure features an end-to-end zero-trust design and leverages “patented variable-trust mechanisms that allow data to travel securely on networks and infrastructure with different owners and variable-security protocols,” the space cybersecurity software provider explained.

Purpose-Built for Orbital Missions

According to the company, the software is purpose-built for orbital operations, featuring limited size, weight, power, and connectivity constraints.

OrbitSecure has been deployed on satellites before, including on a Ball Aerospace prototype payload in June 2023 and on the International Space Station in July 2023. 

“By employing OrbitSecure’s patented variable-trust mechanisms that allow data to travel securely on networks and infrastructure with different owners and variable-security protocols, the project will provide insight into how to attain more resilient command and control,” the company wrote.

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