Value of Space Summit

Space ISAC's Value of Space Summit

Co-hosted by the Aerospace Corporation

This distinguished gathering emphasizes the importance of international collaboration, knowledge sharing, and fortifying the global space industry against cybersecurity threats.

Program Highlights

  • Tuesday, October 17th – Public Day: Held at the UCCS Ent Center for the Arts, this day will feature Keynotes, Fireside Chats, Panels, and more. The day will be punctuated with a unique Q&A session with a Cyber Analyst targeted at students and young adults and a sunrise Space Walk (hike) at Pulpit Rock.
  • Wednesday, October 18th – Dual Track Day: This day will spotlight two distinct tracks. The Workforce Development Track emphasizes academic engagement and training pathways, while the Cyber Technical Track delves into the intricacies of space-related cybersecurity. The day concludes with the Star Party, sponsored by ExoAnalytic and hosted by the COS Astronomical Society.
  • Thursday, October 19th – Classified Day and Small Business Showcase: Classified sessions will present insights from TS/SCI speakers and experts. The Small Business Showcase will highlight the innovation driving the industry forward. The day will wrap up with a Sponsored Networking Reception to facilitate deeper connections.

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Why Attend?

The Value of Space Summit addresses the challenges facing the space industry and emphasizes the need for cyber resilience in an evolving space landscape. In the era of escalating geopolitical tensions and technological advancements, addressing space cybersecurity is not just desirable – it’s imperative. This summit offers an opportunity for industry professionals, academia, government agencies, active-duty military personnel to collaborate, share insights, and develop solutions to ensure the safety and longevity of our space assets.

For inquiries or more information, please reach out directly to Ian Grahek or Bernadette Maisel at

We welcome you to this pivotal event, fostering a future of secure and sustainable space endeavors.


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