May 2019 Edition
ISR (C4/C5/C6ISR), Manned and Unmanned Comms, Protected Comms, Geospatial/Imagery
Enhancing Transmission Security: Protecting critical communications, by Karl Fuchs, Senior Vice President of Technology, iDirect Government, and Senior Columnist
The need to protect the flow of communications to wherever the military and government agencies may operate is critical. Wherever this may be, threat actors readily stand by to monitor, exploit or intercept communications with malicious intent.
The Space Symposium: Realizing the urgency and prioritization of space programs, By Wendy Lewis, Contributing Editor
With speakers from the highest government offices, including two members of the President’s cabinet, the 35th Space Symposium, which took place in Colorado Springs from April 8 through 11, attracted roughly 9,000 people from around the world.
Supporting Global Humanitarian: Saving lives with SATCOM, By Gwenael Loheac, Group Chief Operations Officer, IEC Telecom
Displaced, disorientated, on the brink of death — when faced with a humanitarian crisis, many of us would be unable to cope with the magnitude of the operational tasks needed to help when disaster strikes.
The Government Satellite Report: Connecting military satellites to the cloud, By G. Ramos Carr, Account Director, SES Government Solutions
The federal government has heard the siren’s call of the cloud. Since the original “Cloud First Initiative” almost a decade ago that encouraged agencies to explore using cloud solutions for new infrastructure needs instead of building new data centers, government organizations have increasingly been embracing FedRAMP-approved cloud solutions as an alternative.
Briefing: Lepton Global—COMSATCOM solutions for the Pacific region, By Lyuda Promyshlyayeva, Director of Marketing, Lepton Global Solutions
The attack on Pearl Harbor in December of 1941 turned the world’s eyes to the Pacific and began a new west-ward facing chapter in American history.
Cybersecurity: NexGen Defenses—The threat of cyber-attacks continues to grow, By Tore Morten Olsen, President, Marlink
In 2017 alone, cyber-attacks cost the maritime industry hundreds of millions of dollars. Preparing and implementing stringent cyber security standards is essential to reduce the effects and potential loss.
Broadcast Innovation... in military environments, By David Edwards, Product Manager, Vislink
People on the edge of the SATCOM world have often viewed the industry as static and slow to change; however, when are at the heart of the action, the evolution and transformation that is occurring at an ever-increasing pace can readily be seen.