Space ISAC White Papers

Developing a Sustainable Space Domain


The Space Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Space ISAC) advocates for the responsible use of space and associated space-related activi­ties. In alignment with the United States Space Priorities Framework, December 2021, the Space ISAC will focus on and advocate in the near-term for work-force development and the continued emphasis on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education to support space activities; the enhanced use of space in support of climate change; and the establishment of norms, which should include a discussion leading to the end of destructive anti-satellite (ASAT) testing in outer space. The Space ISAC also supports respon­sible behavior in space for all actors, and as such, developed three key pillars around developing norms and behavior for collective security, adopt­ing space evolutions, and ensuring access to universal public-private sharing of threats. At such a key inflection point where space infrastructure is nearly indivisible from a functioning society, it is imperative to ensure the preservation of the space domain.

Information Sharing Working Group Current and Future Capabilities FAQ

Recent Webinars

Presentations & Resources

Space ISAC Presentation at CISA Advanced Threat Technical Exchange

NIST Resources Webinar Slide Deck

AFCEA Rocky Mountain Cyberspace Symposium Presentation