Upcoming Cybersecurity Training Opportunity

The Space Domain Cybersecurity course sponsored by Teaching Science & Technology, Inc. (TSTI): A Systematic Approach using the SPAce Domain Cybersecurity (SPADoCS) Framework

YOU are invited to enroll in a Space Domain Cybersecurity Course. This exclusive training opportunity is being offered to professionals who want to better understand the space domain. This course examines the practical issues of developing and sustaining a secure cyber environment through all phases of the space mission lifecycle. The course is organized around the SPAce Domain Cybersecurity (SpaDoCs) Framework, which provides a comprehensive and systematic model for understanding and tackling all critical issues of cybersecurity in the space domain.

This 3 day course will be held 9:00am-4:00pm MDT, July 11th – 13th

Topics Include:

  • Course Intro
  • Framework Overview
  • Cybersecurity
  • Fundamentals
  • Space Domain Layers
    • Enterprise Layer
    • Mission Layer
    • System Layer
    • DevOps Layer
  • Threats and Vulnerabilities
  • First Principles of cybersecurity applied in the space domain
  • Enablers of security and mission success in space enterprises

Collaborating to Protect Our Space Assets

The Space ISAC serves to facilitate collaboration across the global space industry to enhance our ability to prepare for and respond to vulnerabilities, incidents, and threats; to disseminate timely and actionable information among member entities; and to serve as the primary communications channel for the sector with respect to this information.

Space ISAC is the only all-threats security information source for the public and private space sector. It will be the most comprehensive, single point source for data, facts and analysis on space security and threats to space assets. Space ISAC will also provide analysis and resources to support response, mitigation and resilience initiatives.

The Voice of the Space Sector to the Government

What is an ISAC?

“Information Sharing and Analysis Centers (ISACs) help critical infrastructure owners and operators protect their facilities, personnel and customers from cyber and physical security threats and other hazards. ISACs collect, analyze and disseminate actionable threat information to their members and provide members with tools to mitigate risks and enhance resiliency.”

Get Involved

Become a Member

Members have access to information sharing threat exchange sessions, threat intel briefs and are leaders in securing global space.

Meet Our Partners

Commercial, international, civil, and military space all come together in the Space ISAC.

Explore Our Resources

Members have access to information sharing threat exchange sessions, threat intel briefs and are leaders in securing global space.

Collaborative Groups

Working Groups, Task Forces, Communities of Interest

Founding Members

Focused on Threats within the Space Sector

Supply Chain

Our space assets must be secured throughout their entire lifetime. The supply chain for the space mission is vast and complex and introduces a variety of threat vectors. 

Concept • Design • Manufacture • Integration • Deployment • Maintenance • Retirement

Business Systems

This expansive threat area includes enterprise systems, data security software, employee training, management of contractors and more.

Sub-system • Enterprise • Network • Information and Communication Technology • Data Security • Software Assurance • Acquisition Planning • Commercial and Open Source Software • ERP, CRM, CMS, BI Software • Training Employees • Public Contractors/Service Providers • Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures


Space missions provide services and support to people all over the world. Mission success is vital to government, military, commercial and non-commercial entities.

Protected Communications • Cryptographic Systems • Government and Commercial Antenna Networks • Financial Sector Banking • Securing Dynamic Networks and Cloud Architectures • RF Monitoring and SSA • C2 Systems • Mission Data Processing

The Benefits of Space ISAC to the Space and Cyber Communities

Through workshops, summits, meetings, webinars and working groups, Space ISAC convenes a global network of analysts, executives and practitioners from the private and public sectors to share critical information and best practices

Open lines of communication with the global space community to share and learn best practices

Space ISAC shares among its members and trusted sources critical cyber-intelligence, and builds awareness through offering of alerts, indicators, member insights, threat assessments and analysis

Space ISAC offers its members multiple efforts to strengthen space mission performance despite the potential ongoing occurrence of cyber-attack. This includes our workshops, working groups, case studies, exercises and playbooks.

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