American Systems joins Space ISAC

On April 1, Colorado Springs, CO-based Space Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Space ISAC) announced that American Systems has joined as a Space ISAC member. American Systems’ membership with Space ISAC promises an immediate, positive impact on the community, leveraging its shared connections with the U.S. Armed Forces and mutual passion for collaboration to create trusting environments, Space ISAC said.

American Systems brings to the table a proactive stance against constantly evolving threats and unauthorized access to enterprise systems, networks, applications, and data. Its expertise lies in integrated technologies, approaches, and best practices in both Cyber Security and Information Assurance.

According to Erin Miller, executive director of Space ISAC, “We are thrilled to welcome American Systems into the Space ISAC community. Their dedication to professional excellence and technical innovation aligns perfectly with our mission to foster collaboration and enhance the cybersecurity posture within the space industry. American Systems’ membership reaffirms our commitment to creating a trusted environment, leveraging our collective strengths to safeguard critical assets and information. Together, we will continue to lead the way in securing the global space community.”

Regarding the decision to join Space ISAC, John Steckel, president and CEO of American Systems, stated, “American Systems values the mission of Space ISAC and resonates with their vision to prepare for and respond to vulnerabilities, incidents, and threats aimed against critical space assets. Our company is proud to stand alongside others in this endeavor and we look forward to supporting the mission for the security of our country, our allies, and our freedoms.”

Looking ahead, Space ISAC and American Systems aspire to enhance global space security through a collaborative effort, leveraging expertise in information security to protect against evolving threats and hazards. This milestone will serve as a catalyst to harness momentum and fuel further progress in cyber and physical security for space systems, the organization said.

Source: Space ISAC

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