What has to be done in the event of a cyber attack in space? Does the International Space Station have an incident response plan in place in case of an incident? Dr. Suzanna Randall will provide some answers to these questions. She is an astrophysicist and in 2021, Dr. Suzanna Randall will probably be the first German woman to go into space.
We have been able to secure Dr. Suzanna Randall as a speaker at Command Control in Munich! On March 4, 2020 she will give a keynote on “Cyber Resilience and Trust in Space”.
In her presentation Dr. Suzanna Randall will share her expertise on the issue of “Cyber Resilience and Trust in Space“. She will examine the following areas:
• What happens when something happens on-board the ISS?
• Would the International Space Station have an emergency plan?
• What is the situation with secure data transfer?
Are you curious? Find out more here about Suzanna Randall’s CV:
Dr. Suzanna Randall works as a researcher at the European Southern Observatory in Garching near Munich and for the ALMA telescope project in Chile. After a multi-phase selection process she is currently being trained as an astronaut for a space mission as one of two candidates as part of the private initiative “The first female German astronaut”. In her space flight in 2021 her particular area of research will be the impacts of isolation, confinement and monotony in space.