Cybersecurity Profile For The Hybrid Satellite Networks (Hsn) Cybersecurity: Draft Annotated Outline (Draft) – Computer Security Resource Center

Cybersecurity Profile for the Hybrid Satellite Networks (HSN) Cybersecurity: Draft Annotated Outline (Draft) – Computer Security Resource Center

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Date Published: July 12, 2022
Comments Due: August 9, 2022 (public comment period is CLOSED)
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James McCarthy (NIST), Dan Mamula (MITRE), Joseph Brule (MITRE), Karri Meldorf (MITRE)

The objective of this Cybersecurity Profile is to identify an approach to assess the cybersecurity posture of Hybrid Satellite Networks (HSN) systems that provide services such as:
The HSN systems may interact with other government systems and the Critical Infrastructure as defined by the Department of Homeland Security to provide increased resiliency.
This Profile will consider the cybersecurity of all the interacting systems that form the HSN rather than the traditional approach of the government acquiring the entire satellite system that includes the satellite bus, payloads, and ground system.
NIST is developing a consistent approach to better understand the attack surface, incorporate security, and achieve greater resilience for space systems that may be leveraged by critical infrastructure owners and operators, the DoD, or other government missions.
The objective of this Cybersecurity Profile is to identify an approach to assess the cybersecurity posture of Hybrid Satellite Networks (HSN) systems that provide services such as satellite-based systems for communications, position, navigation, and timing (PNT), remote sensing, weather monitoring, and imaging. The HSN systems may interact with other government systems and the Critical Infrastructure as defined by the Department of Homeland Security to provide increased resiliency. This Profile will consider the cybersecurity of all the interacting systems that form the HSN rather than the traditional approach of the government acquiring the entire satellite system that includes the satellite bus, payloads, and ground system.
The objective of this Cybersecurity Profile is to identify an approach to assess the cybersecurity posture of Hybrid Satellite Networks (HSN) systems that provide services such as satellite-based systems for communications, position, navigation, and timing (PNT), remote sensing, weather monitoring, and imaging. The HSN systems may interact with other government systems and the Critical Infrastructure as defined by the Department of Homeland Security to provide increased resiliency. This Profile will consider the cybersecurity of all the interacting systems that form the HSN rather than the traditional approach of the government acquiring the entire satellite system that includes the satellite bus, payloads, and ground system.
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Publication:
White Paper (DOI)

Supplemental Material:
NIST CSWP 27 ipd (pdf)
Project homepage (web)

Document History:
07/12/22: White Paper NIST CSWP 27 ipd (Draft)

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