Envistacom's Michael Geist to Speak on Two CyberSatGov 2020 Panels
ATLANTA – September 29, 2020 – Envistacom, LLC, a leading technology enterprise which delivers advanced communications, cyber and related services to customers in the aerospace, defense, and intelligence communities, announced today that Michael Geist, SVP, Strategy and Technology, will be speaking at CyberSatGov 2020 on the new era of the satellite industry and satellite IoT in the cloud.
WHAT/WHERE: Geist will be participating in two exciting panels at CyberSatGov 2020. The in-person event is on October 7 at The Hyatt Regency Reston, 1800 Presidents St., Reston, VA 20190. The digital conference is on October 8–9.
- “New Era, SPD-5, The Future Evolution of the US Government’s Relationship with the Satellite Industry” on Wednesday, October 7, 2020 (in person)
- “Satellites: IOT, The Cloud: Combined Protection and Security” on Friday, October 9, 2020 (virtual)
4:00 - 4:45 p.m. ET on Wednesday, October 7, 2020 “New Era, SPD-5, The Future Evolution of the US Government’s Relationship with the Satellite Industry”
Description: Early in September, the United States established its first cybersecurity policy (SPD-5) for space systems. It is a major inflection point for the satellite industry wanting to work with government. So, what could the future relationship between the industry and government now look like? Will such a framework remain in place if there is a change in President in November? Here we talk to a number of people in the industry about the changing dynamics of this relationship and how things could evolve over the next decade between the US government and the satellite industry.
The panel will be moderated by Jeff Hill, Executive Editor,Via Satellite, and Geist will be joined by fellow panelists Todd Gossett, VP, Corporate Development, SES Government Solutions.
10:00 - 10:45 a.m. ET on Friday, October 9, 2020
“Satellites: IOT, The Cloud: Combined Protection and Security” (virtual panel)
Description: The satellite industry is gravitating more towards cloud-based services, which presents unique cyber challenges for government customers wishing to use satellite services. It is also going to be much more part of the souped up IoT networks going forward. As we move more towards cloud based services, as well as into this IoT revolution, we look at how space networks can build trust, and be a huge part of government networks going forward.
The panel will be moderated by Mark Holmes, Editorial Director, Via Satellite.
Geist will be joined by fellow panelists Keith Frederick, CISO, RigNet; Rajeev Gopal, Vice President, Advanced Programs / DISD, Hughes; and Nick Rossman, Lead for Research and Operations, IBM X-Force IRIS, IBM.
CyberSatGov is the only satellite security event in the world that successfully fuses satellite, space, cyber, and government to educate on threat vectors and deliver solutions to thwart next-generation attacks. CyberSatGov welcomes industry experts, satellite service providers, C-suite executives, innovators and engineers, cybersecurity experts, Federal Intelligence Agencies, and the DoD for three interactive days of discussions, workshops, and disruptive technologies.
About Envistacom LLC:
Headquartered in Atlanta, GA, Envistacom provides communications, cyber and intelligence operations solutions to the U.S. DoD and coalition partners in the aerospace, defense, and intelligence communities. Customers rely on Envistacom for rapid-response, secure technology solutions and subject-matter expertise to support mission critical operations. With an elite team of former military leaders and domain experts located around the world, and multiple indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicles worth over $62B, Envistacom is a trusted partner in protecting military, civilians and critical infrastructure around the world. Envistacom is a Disadvantaged Woman Owned Small Business (DWOSB). For more information on solutions or contract vehicles, please visit www.envistacom.com, and follow @Envistacom on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.