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SSL to Help Build Cyber Testing Simulation Platform for USAF Hosted Payloads; Richard White Comments

Richard White

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Sept. 26, 2017 — Space Systems Loral will support Innoflight in efforts to develop a simulation environment that will work to host cybersecurity tests on U.S. Air Force payloads aboard commercial satellites, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

SSL said Sept. 19 the team will develop the simulation platform for the Space and Missile Systems Center under the Secure IP Payload Accommodation Demonstration Project that seeks to demonstrate scenarios, concepts of operation and controls for cybersecure payload hosting.

“This work will become an integral part of SSL’s secure interface for hosted payloads and will make the benefits of the hosted payload model more readily accessible to both government and commercial customers,” said Richard White, president of SSL’s government systems business.

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