University of Strathclyde in partnership with International Space UniversitySpace Cyber Executive Conference


Space Cyber Executive Conference

Space: Securing our Entrepreneurial Future

May 16-17, 2024

Join us for an exciting event that will explore the boundless opportunities in the world of space entrepreneurship. Taking place on Thu May 16 2024 at the Technology and Innovation Centre (TIC) Conference, Meetings & Events - University of Strathclyde.

This exciting event will delve into the intersection of space technology innovations, cyber security, thought leadership and entrepreneurship. Bringing together speakers from the world of academia, industry, and security to explore the emerging challenges in the commercial space sector.

The key focus of this conference is the increasing need to prioritise secure by design cyber security and resilience planning from the outset, in a rapidly growing space industry. This is particularly important as there is a global skills gap in both the space and cyber domains. By addressing these challenges and fostering collaboration, the conference aims to pave the way to work together to create a secure and thriving entrepreneurial space sector.

Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to network with like-minded individuals, forge valuable connections, and gain inspiration to launch your own entrepreneurial journey in the vastness of space.




Registration opens at 8:30am


  1. Cyber Security in Space - A New Phenomenon or an Old Adversary?
  2. What's in it for the Cyber Criminal and Why Should it Matter to Space Entrepreneurs?
  3. My Space Data, Your Space Data: Protecting Our Assets
  4. Space Cyber Diplomacy: Overview of the geopolitical challenges in this dual domain
  5. International Collaboration: Do Frameworks Work?
  6. International Law: A Test for Cyber Criminals.

Civic Reception 6pm – 7:30pm
This will be held at Glasgow City Chambers and is an Invite Only Event for Conference Delegates.

Day 2


  1. Building a Secure Space Cyber Entrepreneurial Ecosystem
  2. Insurance Sector Underpinning the Cybersecurity Risks
  3. Investors: Cyber Resilience as Part of Due Diligence
  4. Future Forecasting: The Future of Cyber Security in the Space Sector 2050
  5. What Can Businesses Do Today to Reduce the Risk?

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Contact details

 Undergraduate admissions
 +44 (0)141 548 4114 

 Postgraduate admissions
 +44(0)141 553 6116/6105/6117


Strathclyde Business School
University of Strathclyde
199 Cathedral Street
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