Collaborative Groups

Working Groups and Task Forces are essential to raising the security posture of the space sector. In the Space ISAC, we offer members participation in exclusive groups to share ideas and experiences, to network and conduct information exchange. We all come together to protect the space mission.

Communities of Interest

ZTA & Blockchain Community of Interest
This member group comes together to learn, investigate, and further understand blockchain knowledge and applications for space.
Open to: Members
Workforce Development Community of Interest
The Workforce COI will curate the needs and associated education and training portfolio, relevant to space systems cyber physical security, for the space workforce over 1 to 10-year horizons.
Open to: Members and Partners
Small-Sat Community of Interest
The Small-Sat Community of Interest is established as a virtual forum of small-satellite owners, operators and service providers. Commercial and government experts collaborate to identify, analyze, and develop mitigation strategies for the small-satellite industry.
Open to: Members and Partners
AI/ML Community of Interest
This group serves to support the ethical use of emerging technologies for the development, deployment, operation, maintenance, and protection of space infrastructure.
Open to: Members and Partners

Working Groups

Supply Chain Risk Management Working Group
This group comes together to engage other SCRM forums, develop a connected effort to gain visibility into the supply chain and to promote a trusted supplier network.
Open to: Members and Partners
Information Sharing Working Group
The Information Sharing Working Group is a permanent working group authorized and established by the Board of Directors responsible for direction and oversight of the Space Watch Center, developing policies and best practices.
Open to: Members
Analyst Working Group
The Analyst Working Group is a permanent working group for sharing threat intelligence regularly. This is the first group to get the call to a threat or crisis action. Intelligence Liaison Officers in the AWG are trained prior to onboarding.
Open to: Members

Task Forces

SPD-5 Task Force
In response to the release of Space Policy Directive-5, Space ISAC members are working to develop best practices and standards for cybersecurity for the space community through the SPD-5 Task Force. This will ultimately help members plan for and develop robust cyber security defenses and maintain higher levels of readiness.
Open to: Members
Space Symposium Task Force
The Space Symposium Task Force contains Space ISAC members and partners and serves to create and disseminate promotional and informational content pertaining to the annual Space Symposium, as well as support member efforts.
Open to: Members
Space ISAC Summit Task Force
Members assist to develop the agenda and working sessions for the annual Space ISAC Value of Space Summit (VOSS).
Open to: Members
Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) Task Force
The SBOM Task Force is dedicated to advancing the implementation, standardization, and operationalization of Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) within the space industry.
Open to: Members and Partners
PR&D Task Force
Members meet to support Space ISAC’s marketing related to PR and digital strategy.
Open to: Members
Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Interference & Space Weather Task Force
This group aims to establish, integrate and deliver operational impact relevancy and correlations related to Space Weather through fusion of data sources, tools, member platform data sources and exercises to the Space ISAC community.
Open to: Members and Partners
Exercise Task Force
The Tabletop Exercise Task Force focuses on creating crisis exercises in which members gather to talk about notional scenarios featuring a cybersecurity incident in space, led by a facilitator.
Open to: Members
Cyber Vulnerability Lab (CVL) Task Force
The Cyber Vulnerability Lab Task Force convenes to conduct working sessions; brainstorm project needs, and identify gaps, operational requirements, and vulnerabilities within the space community to directly inform CVL operations.
Open to: Members

Affinity Groups

LEO Owner Operators Affinity Group
The LEO Owner Operators Affinity Group provides a forum for sharing security architecture, detection, and paths to identify threats and security concerns among commercial LEO Owner Operators.
Open to: Members
Cislunar Affinity Group
Members and government partners meet as current and future cislunar space actors to identify challenges and recommend solutions. Discussions raise awareness on the need for solutions in cislunar space.
Open to: Members and Partners


Signals and Space Cell Standup
This group aims to bridge the signals and space cells with Space ISAC members contributing their insights and viewpoints on anomalous behavior and attacks against their infrastructure. Participants contribute to the reporting of the signals and space cells in the Space Watch Center that is driven by intelligence requirements.
Open to: Members

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