I'm not sure the end result is really a "big" enough villain's plot. He's set up a base on a remote island and for years he has been working on...a plot to move some guy from point A to point B? I dunno, it lacks a certain...Bondness. As Bond says : "World domination, the same old dream". He should be doing something that affects the world.
Ah, but the consequences
of moving that person is what's important. I had a couple of other ideas that touch on a rejected QUANTUM OF SOLACE draft and one of my own ideas for a remake if DIE ANOTHER DAY. A few years ago, there was a girl in Sydney who got aliver transplant. Doctors had no idea how it happened, but she somehow acquired her host's immune system as well. The end result was that she would never have to take an anti-rejection tablet because her immune system and her host's spliced into one another. So, maybe we can work off that.
Strangways is a British diplomat stationed in South Korea. He and his family are killed in a car accident, but somehow his child survives. He or she is saved by an organ transplant, and somehow acquires their donor's immune system. The doctors in Seoul are astonished by this because it means that they could potentially develop a working cure for AIDS from the child's recovery, or at least an immune booster that would replenish the immune system of a person with AIDS. They annouce this to the world.
This is where the elements of DIE ANOTHER DAY come into effect. Bond was to be in North Korea, assassinating Colonel Moon, and for all appearances succeeded. However, Moon survived because of a tainted blood transfusion. Unwilling to let AIDS claim him before the North and South are reunited, he abducts Strangways' child and decides to have the AIDS cure developed for himself. However, he finds that it will be months before the can even be sure that a cure can be developed, and he will likely be dead by then. He then decides to kill the child and burn the body (yeah, it's dark) on live television and destroy the world's hope of an AIDS cure.
Now, the remake of DR NO could run with the first half of this. Strangways' child - let's say it's a daughter - survives the accident and is given a new liver. She acquires her donor's immune system and is potentially the beginning of a cure for AIDS. The North, however, is under increasing pressure to relent, and they need a bargaining chip. Dr. No, trained as a medical professional, masterminds the abduction of the girl and has her smuggled into North Korea. He then has her taken north to Russia, where she is to be handed over to someone from SPECTRE/Quantum, who will then manufacture a cure from her blood. In order to do this, No needs to use his plans to disrupt satellites (which he has been preparing for another purpose) in order to buy enough time to get the girl from Seoul to Vladivostok without anyone noticing.
How about, if we use the first half of your plot, Dr.No is able to fool satellites into thinking there have been nuclear explosions, complete with a 'signature' that shows it was the result of a foreign missile strike. (Is this straying into Octopussy territory?) The military systems are automatically programmed to react by launching counterattacks under these circumstances, so essentially Dr.No would fool two countries into attacking one another, believing they are under attack when in fact all is calm.
Reminds me a lot of Matthew Reilly's SCARECROW, which involved a top-secret project to develop nuclear missiles based on the plans of those used by other countries. These "cloned" missiles could then be fired and detonated to make it look like somebody else launched an attack, because satellite detection systems would pick up the flight characteristics of the missiles (stuff like their contrail and wake patterns) and recognise them as belonging to one country when in fact they were fired by another.