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The Intelligent SOC Can be a Reality Today

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External factors, including security tools shifting to the cloud, the rise of Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) solutions, and the cybersecurity talent shortage, are presenting challenges for security operations centers (SOCs)....
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Assange Charged With 17 New Counts Under Espionage Act

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A superseding indictment returned by a U.S. federal grand jury on Thursday charges WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with 18 counts related to illegally obtaining and disclosing classified information. Assange was arrested...
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Facebook Figures Five Percent of Accounts Are Fake

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Facebook on Thursday said it recently disabled billions of bogus accounts set up by "bad actors" and that five percent of active accounts are likely fakes. An estimate of how many...
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Brian Weeden Quoted in The Telegraph on Hazards of Large Satellite Constellations

Large constellations of satellites, such as those launched by SpaceX this week, could clutter Earth's orbit with dangerous space junk, experts have warned. On Thursday, SpaceX launched a rocket carrying the...
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Workshop Discusses African Perspectives on Space Resources Utilization

SWF partnered with the South African National Space Agency (SANSA) to organize a  Workshop on SocioEconomic Benefits of SpaceResources Utilization - African Perspectives .  The workshop, which took place in Pretoria,...
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SWF Participates in MILAMOS Workshop VII in Berlin, Germany

SWF Space Law Advisor Chris Johnson participated at the next meeting of the MILAMOS project, held in Berlin, Germany on May 20-24. Mr. Johnson is a Core Expert and Rule Drafter...
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Comparing Space and Cyber Governance in U.S. Policy and Multilateral Initiatives

A new report has been added to the SWF Resource Library that compares and contrasts recent space and cyber governance initiatives. The research was done by Ms. Erica Symonds, a graduate...
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SWF Participates in Discussions on the 2019 Space Security Index Working Group


SWF Director of Program Planning Dr. Brian Weeden and Space Law Advisor Mr. Christopher Johnson participated in the 2019 Space Security Index Working Group, held in Montreal, Canada, from May 16-17,...
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SWF Sponsors the 2019 Loftus Space Sustainability Award at the 10th IAASS Space Safety Conference

SWF Executive Director Peter Martinez attended the 10th IAASS Space Safety Conference in El Segundo, California from May 15 - 17. Dr. Martinez delivered a keynote address on the role of...
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SWF Participates in Dialogue on Conflict in Space

Space Law Advisor Chris Johnson served as a panelist on “Conflicts in Space - Preventable or Unavoidable?” at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, contributing his expertise and insights on technical, legal, and policy...
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SWF Hosts Panel Discussion on India's ASAT Test

SWF hosted a panel discussion, "India's ASAT: A Jolt to Space Stability," in DC on May 6, 2019.  At this event, Bob Hall, director of operations for AGI’s Commercial Space Operations Center...
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SWF Partners with Observer Research Foundation for 5th Kalpana Chawla Annual Space Policy Dialogue

The Observer Research Foundation (ORF) held the 5th iteration of its Kalpana Chawla Annual Space Policy Dialogue, named in honor of the first Indian-American in space and her tragic death on...
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Krystal Wilson featured on SATELLITE2019 Earth Observation Data Panel (1)

On Tuesday, May 7, SWF Director of Space Applications Programs Krystal Wilson participated in a panel entitled "Making Earth Observation Data More Accessible and Commercially Actionable" at  SATELLITE 2019 . In this...
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Krystal Wilson featured on SATELLITE2019 Earth Observation Data Panel

On Tuesday, May 7, SWF Director of Space Applications Programs Krystal Wilson participated in a panel entitled "Making Earth Observation Data More Accessible and Commercially Actionable" at  SATELLITE 2019 . In this...
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SWF May 2019 Newsletter

May 2019 By Director of Program Planning, Brian Weeden, Washington Office Director, Victoria Samson, and Space Law Advisor, Chris Johnson There is growing concern that outer space may soon become an...
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Insight - Avoiding Conflict in Outer Space

By Director of Program Planning, Brian Weeden, Washington Office Director, Victoria Samson, and Space Law Advisor, Chris Johnson There is growing concern that outer space may soon become an arena for...
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SWF Scholarships for IAC 2019 are Available to Young Professionals

Secure World Foundation is pleased to announce that we will be accepting applications from young professionals for scholarships to aid in traveling to present papers at the 2019 International Astronautical Congress...
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Victoria Samson Interviewed by NDTV on India's ASAT Test

Mission Shakti: No Surprise in India's ASAT, Satellite Killer Test: Victoria Samson - YouTube Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Loading... Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Loading... Rating is available...
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NVIDIA Patches Serious Flaw in GeForce Experience Software

NVIDIA patches vulnerability in GeForce Experience software
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A security update released recently by NVIDIA for its GeForce Experience software patches a potentially serious vulnerability that could lead to arbitrary code execution, a denial-of-service (DoS) condition, or privilege escalation....
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Nearly Half of ICS Devices Protected by Kaspersky Targeted in 2018

ICS attack data from Kaspersky
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Nearly half of the industrial control system (ICS) computers protected by Kaspersky Lab were targeted by malware and other threats in 2018, according to the company’s latest industrial threat landscape report....
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