WASHINGTON – The U.S. National Space Council has issued cyber security principles to help defend America’s space systems. C4ISRnet reports. Continue reading original article
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16 Sept. 2020 — White House officials say the Space Policy Directive-5, or SPD-5, will foster practices within government and commercial space operations to protect space systems from cyber threats.
Through establishing cyber security principles for space systems, Space Policy Directive-5 provides a whole-of-government framework to safeguard space assets and critical infrastructure, officials say.
As a continuation of the National Security Strategy and National Cyber Strategy, the policy is to ensure freedom of action in space and maintain American leadership.
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