The Department of Commerce (DOC) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) invite you to their jointly hosted space cybersecurity symposium. This event will provide relevant cybersecurity threat updates and geopolitical awareness, develop actionable ideas for securing space businesses and open data systems, and discuss recent cyber initiatives and implementation recommendations from NIST and DHS.
Cybersecurity for space systems is an increasingly challenging environment for commercial space companies. Having to keep up with the changing threats, needs, guidance, and compliance requirements is a constant effort. At this event, learn the latest cyber intel and threats relevant to space systems and operations and find out how you can make use of resources and assistance programs available from the Departments of Commerce and Homeland Security to protect your business in the ever-changing space environment.
Who should attend?
All space cybersecurity stakeholders are welcome to participate. This is the third in an ongoing series of events to connect commercial space companies of all sizes with the Departments regarding cybersecurity measures and policies.
- Cyber Defense-in-Depth – Government and Industry Perspectives, Manan Dalal, Assistant Chief Information Officer, National Environmental Satellite Data and Information Services, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce (PDF)
- NIST recent cyber initiatives; Application of Cyber Security Framework (CSF) to Operator Ground Segments
- Intel and Threat Briefing, Holly Shorrock, Intelligence Analyst, Department of Homeland Security (PDF)
- Security Needs for Data Integrity, Mr. Dan Oltrogge, Director, Integrated Operations and Research, COMSPOC Corporation (PDF)