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Space ISAC Hosts Successful International Dinner

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, April 10, 2024 — Space Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Space ISAC) hosted an international dinner. This significant event brought together esteemed representatives from the Space ISAC Board of Directors, along with distinguished guests from the international community including the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency, United Kingdom Space Agency, Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales, Israel Space Agency, German Aerospace Center, the German Federal Office for Information Security, Australia, Italian Space Agency, Canadian Space Agency, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, and more.

This dinner marks an important opportunity for Space ISAC, and strengthen relationships with international members and government partners.

According to Space ISAC Board Chair, Samuel Visner, “Space ISAC’s international partnerships signal our fundamental support to the concept of collective defense and to the cooperation that must exist among countries with shared values. The protection of our space systems merits absolutely our most effective collaboration, and we are proud to associate ourselves with these esteemed international organizations. Space systems are vital for the national, economic, and critical infrastructure security, as well as the technological development of the United States and of all our partners present this evening. We’re privileged to play a leadership role in building this global partnership; we salute our partners in this important endeavor.”

South Australian Space Industry Centre Director, Dr. Catherine Grace, echoed this sentiment, emphasizing the importance of international partnerships in raising the global security posture for the space sector, which has been the driver for the Australian team’s role in establishing the Space ISAC Australia Forum as part of a Global Hub: “A Space ISAC in Australia is a key component of our state’s goal to facilitate cooperation, enable coordination, drive a shared sense of purpose and align to the United States’ Space ISAC effort. With a focus on reducing threats to Australian space missions and associated services, we value the relationship and collective efforts our respective countries can bring to bear on both space threats and cyber security.”

This event underscores Space ISAC’s unwavering commitment to fostering collaboration and innovation. Space ISAC’s leadership and expertise in the sector are further exemplified by events such as these, where global partners are actively engaged to drive progress and address key challenges.

This development leverages advanced networking opportunities, relationship-building capabilities, and collaborative work that align seamlessly with Space ISAC’s mission. By strengthening our international relationships, we aim to drive industry innovation and address critical challenges in the global space community.

Looking ahead, Space ISAC and our international partners are eager to build upon this collaborative opportunity. Together, we aspire to continue driving progress and growth in the space industry, fueled by our shared commitment to collaboration and securing global space. This event serves as a catalyst to propel us forward as we work towards a more secure and interconnected space ecosystem.



Space Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAC) is a 501(c)(6) organization that serves as the all-threats security information source for the public and private space sector. Founded in 2019, Space ISAC became an official member of the National Council of ISACs in 2020. The Space ISAC Watch Center achieved initial operational capability in March 2023.

Space ISAC is located at the Kevin W O’Neil Cybersecurity Research and Education Building at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. 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. After opening the Watch Center in 2023, member services include support for response, mitigation, and resilience initiatives, while breaking down communication silos of public-private information sharing.

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