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Cromulence to help tighten cyber for space systems

17th August 2020 - 14:51 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


Cyber risks for US space systems are receiving special attention under a $9.91 million contract for Melbourne, Florida-based Cromulence.

The deal from the US Air Force Research Laboratory, announced by the DoD on 14 August, will see Cromulence research, design, develop, test, demonstrate, integrate and deliver integrated software and hardware cyber capabilities that will raise awareness of cyber risks of space systems. 

Work is scheduled for completion by mid-August 2025.

In addition under this contract, Cromulence will hold a competition (‘Space Security Challenge 2020:  Hack-a-Sat’) to bridge the security knowledge gap between space and cyber security communities. 

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