Have you ever wondered how difficult it might be to launch and achieve a mission to Mars? Particularly now with Elon Musk’s plan to reach the red planet by 2026, this type of meaningful space travel is seemingly becoming reality. That being said, the technology behind achieving this dream, along with the ongoing digital transformation spurs numerous cybersecurity concerns. This could beg the question: Is cybersecurity harder to achieve than landing on Mars?
Watch a preview of the interview discussion between George Patsis, CEO of Obrela and Garry Hunt, former NASA member and resident UK scientist at the start of the Voyager mission in 1972.
Watch the full interview discussion here!
You will also learn about:
- The challenges when deploying cybersecurity vs. reaching Mars.
- Which one is complex and which one is complicated.
- How to address the two in the context of cybersecurity and space travel.
- How relevant is the appetite for risk and technology advancement to both fields?
Brought to you by Obrela Security Industries and exceptional hosts George Patsis, CEO of Obrela and Garry Hunt, former NASA member and resident UK scientist at the start of the Voyager mission in 1972.