Join us for the next American Astronautical Society
“Future in Space” online discussion:
Protecting National Security Assets and Critical Functions for the Space Enterprise Space Systems
Tuesday, September 29 at 3:00 p.m. Eastern
FREE – No registration required!
Protecting National Security Assets and Critical Functions for the Space Enterprise Space systems are vital to our everyday existence here on Earth. GPS, national defense, infrastructure and many other systems all rely heavily on spacecraft. Recently, emerging threats have increased the priority of space cybersecurity initiatives including the recently enacted fifth Space Policy Directive. What are companies and governments doing to determine and implement best practices to ensure a secure space environment? How can these entities address the diverse and growing list of threats, perceived or real? What will it take to truly secure the space-centric environment? Join us to discuss this timely and critical topic!
- Brandon Bailey, Cybersecurity Senior Project Leader, The Aerospace Corporation
- Tony Darnell, host and moderator
- John Stopher, Senior Fellow, Prague Security Studies Institute
This American Astronautical Society “Future in Space” online session is available for FREE and attendees have the ability to submit questions to the speakers. This session continues our discussions of the science needs, programs, risks, and challenges in missions to support the human lunar exploration.