What happens when there’s a cyber attack in space? Would the International Space Station have an Incident Response Plan? Suzanna Randall knows the answers! She is an astrophysicist and will possibly be the first female German astronaut to go into space by 2021!
We are happy to announce that Suzanna Randall will be joining Command Control as a speaker from 3rd – 4th March 2020 in Munich, Germany. She will be giving her keynote speech, “Cyber Resilience and Trust in Space”.
Suzanna Randall works at the European Southern Observatory in Garching near Munich, as well as for the ALMA telescope project in Chile. She asserted herself in the multi-stage selection process of the private initiative “The First female German astronaut” and is currently being prepared for a flight into space. When she will make it into space, her scientific assignment will be to investigate the effects of isolation, confinement and monotony in space.
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