|Cyware, a Virtual Cyber Fusion Platform provider, is partnering with the Space Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Space ISAC) to provide the organization and its members with the ability to collect, analyze, and share threat intelligence. |
Space ISAC is the global community of critical infrastructure owners, operators and supply chain p on sharing timely, actionable, and relevant information with each other including cyber and physical threats, incidents, and vulnerabilities along with advice on best practices, mitigation strategies, and other valuable information. Space ISAC’s membership includes some of the major defense, technology and security institutions in both the private and public sectors including Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Parsons Corporation and Kratos Defense.
“Cyware is delivering a service that meets the needs of the information sharing community by taking into consideration the human needs of workflow and collaboration. It operates at a level of innovation that is unprecedented for threat sharing. This capability enables Space ISAC members real-time threat sharing and collaboration with partners across the U.S. government and international community,” said Erin Miller, Space ISAC’s Executive Director. “Our members protect the lifeblood of the space industry. Our partnership with Cyware assures the enhancement of secure operations and collaborative threat response is efficient, and continues as paramount in defending the space industry from both traditional and evolving cybersecurity threats.”
“The capability to intuitively and collaboratively share threat data is critical in progressing any cybersecurity program today,” said Chris Bogdan, Vice Chair Space ISAC, and Senior Vice President at Booz Allen Hamilton. “The easier it is to spot indicators early and often, the easier it is to build out informed threat response action to shore up cyber posture. The capability that Space ISAC has architected with Cyware technology to enable its member organizations to comprehensively share threat intelligence helps cyber teams in the space industry speed the time to accurately respond to its shared threat landscape.”
With over a dozen Community Emergency Response Teams and ISAC’s using the Cyware platform to automatically share threat intelligence with their respective membership bases, Cyware is expanding its portfolio to include Space ISAC, across multiple connected modules. With Cyware’s Situational Awareness Platform (CSAP) and Threat Intelligence Exchange (CTIX), Space ISAC members can share threat intelligence including indicators of compromise (IOCs), malware alerts, vulnerability advisories, security incidents, phishing, and spear-phishing attacks among the global space community.
CSAP and CTIX enable Space ISAC members to collect, share, and provide security alerts on the changing threat and risk landscape along with intelligence on specific attacks facing the space industry today.
“Working with Space ISAC helps us deepen our partnership with the space industry’s foremost cybersecurity and security practitioners,” said Anuj Goel, CEO, Cyware. “We fit the needs of ISAC’s, and the enterprises and mid-sized businesses who rely on understanding how to lever threat intelligence and advanced automation to power strategic, transformative Cyber Fusion centers. Cyware’s relationship with Space ISAC will help us continue to prioritize innovation for its members, and to continue to build powerful orchestration and automation capabilities for all customers.”