Kratos to Serve as Founding Member of Space ISAC
ISACs are sector-specific, member-driven organizations stood up by the U.S. federal government to collect, analyze and disseminate all-hazards actionable threat and mitigation information to asset owners, operators, and members.
The need for a Space ISAC was conceived by the
The formation of the Space ISAC supports the White House’s National Cyber Strategy, published
Kratos is a technology-focused, mid-sized defense and communications solutions company supporting 90 percent of U.S. space missions and most of the world’s largest government and commercial satellite operators, both government and commercial. Kratos is also actively engaged in deploying space cybersecurity architectures, including guards, crypto, protected communications, application security, and cloud certification.
To facilitate the Space ISAC’s origination and organization as the founding member, Kratos has coordinated the organizational planning and federal government charter, funded the Space ISAC startup costs, and developed the operational plan for the Space ISAC. Kratos will continue to provide leadership within the Space ISAC and will recruit other industry-focused companies and organizations to build a robust Space ISAC membership.
About the Space ISAC
The Space ISAC will be housed within the National Cybersecurity Center (NCC) in
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Source: Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Inc.