October 26, 2021
Space Policy Directive-5, issued in Sept 2020, directs government agencies to work in concert with commercial and other non-government actors to work to develop cybersecurity best practices, norms, and improve cybersecurity behavior within the national space ecosystem. This panel will discuss efforts across Federal agencies, including DHS/CISA, NIST, and the Office of Space Commerce, to implement SPD-5 as well as industry’s role in maintaining secure space capabilities.
Hosted by the Space Enterprise Council and the Satellite Industry Association
Date: Tuesday, October 26, 2021
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm (ET)
– David Logsdon, Senior Director, CompTIA Public Sector
– Tom Stroup, President, Satellite Industry Association
– Scott Pace, George Washington University Space Policy Institute
– Matthew Scholl, NIST
– Phil Mar, Government Systems Chief Technology Officer, Viasat Inc.
– Jennifer Warren, Lockheed Martin
Please contact David Logsdon with questions at DLogsdon@comptia.org
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