Join Space ISAC and Our Partners for these Upcoming Events
Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence Ideation Sprint
August 28, 2020 | Webinar
Are you a critical thinker interested in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML)? We’ve got a creative opportunity for you!
Space ISAC’s AI/ML Community of Interest Group is looking for the best ideas out there on how AI/ML can influence Space threat-sharing and is inviting you to participate in a virtual ideation sprint on August 28. This structured, two-hour event is expressly designed to engage Space sector analysts (or those fascinated with AI/ML) to think about critically and strategically and discuss AI/ML and its impact on threat sharing.
During this exclusive opportunity, each participant will be given time to share their ideas – and that means space is limited! So sign up soon here.
Note: we will be offering additional sessions this fall and beyond.
We are looking forward to hearing what smart people like you are thinking about and conceptualizing in the AI/ML realm, and how you can help the Space sector:
• Identify new ideas for the use of AI/ML in threat intelligence sharing;
• Realize the potential of AI/ML in a threat sharing environment;
• Create a strategic way forward to implement the ideas gathered in the session for your organization, space and mankind!
Join us by registering today.
The Value of Space Summit
October 15-16, 2020 | Virtual Event
Space Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Space ISAC) and Aerospace Corporation are hosting a 2-day summit, the Value of Space, focusing on the importance of space critical infrastructure to people living on Earth now and in the future. This community event brings the public and private sector together to discuss critical infrastructure protection for the space sector from a variety of perspectives.
On Day 1 we will dialogue with stakeholders from the U.S. Government, international partners, industry members, and ISACs to answer questions about what space critical infrastructure needs protection, how other sectors are using space assets, and to discuss emerging threats to space. The Center for Space Policy and Strategy paper will help inform the discussion. On Day 2 we will review policies and legislation being pursued globally to secure the space mission.
The objective of the Space ISAC is to bring the global space together to identify and respond to threats and provide timely, actionable information to the entire space sector. Through this event we want to promote awareness of Space ISAC, increase the likelihood that space infrastructure in protected through reduced risk and active information sharing.
Please join the community as we come together at this Space ISAC virtual event.
Supply Chain Security for Space
Fall 2020 | Virtual Event
Additional information forthcoming.