›2014 NSISC Space INFOSEC Technical Workshop
2014 Theme: "Space INFOSEC Addressing New Challenges"
Vendor Exposition: Concurrent with the Workshop, Feb. 4 - 6, 2014
Networking Social: Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014, 5:30 p.m.- 8 p.m., at the DoubleTree Hotel LAX/El Segundo, 1985 East Grand Ave., El Segundo
New for 2014: Parallel tracks on Wednesday afternoon, 1:30 p.m. - 5 p.m.
- TS/SI/TK Special Session (Track 1)* - at the Aerospace A8 Michael Daugherty Meeting Center
- General Session (Track 2) - at the Aerospace A1 Meeting Center, Titan IV Room 1030A and 1030B
*Wednesday Afternoon Track 1 Classification Information: The NSISC Space INFOSEC Technical Workshop special session on Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014, will include presentations containing up to and including TS/SI/TK//NOFORN classification. All attendees participating in the Wednesday afternoon Track 1 Session will be required to have their TS/SI/TK security clearance certification submitted to the Aerospace Special Security Office in addition to the SECRET classification certification submitted to Aerospace Visitor Control.
The National Space INFOSEC (Information Systems Security) Steering Council (NSISC) Annual Space INFOSEC Technical Workshop is an educational forum intended to facilitate the dissemination of information and to establish personal networking connections across the space INFOSEC community. Its purpose is to help facilitate a better understanding and increased information sharing among all parts of the community.
This technical workshop is intended for representatives from government agencies, military organizations, program offices, Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDC), and industry partners interested in learning about recent space cyber activities, information systems security (INFOSEC) and information assurance (IA) developments, policy activities, and organizational and process changes affecting the space INFOSEC community. Information about current and planned space systems, cryptographic product developments, acquisition, and deployment schedules will also be discussed either formally in presentations or in groups during networking sessions. Historically a highlight of the program has been the Space INFOSEC Vendor Exposition that runs simultaneously with the workshop.
Security Clearance Information: The technical workshop will be conducted at the DoD Secret level, with a separate TS/SI/TK//NOFORN Special Session Wednesday. Only attendees with TS/SI/TK clearance can attend this session and all must present a valid photo ID upon check-in. Attendees should have their Visitor Request (VR) or Visit Authorization Letter (VAL) faxed to Security/Visitor Control at 310-336-6983. If attending both the Secret and Top Secret portions of the program, two separate clearances are needed. Permanent resident aliens and foreign nationals will not be permitted in this classified workshop. Please do not bring any electronic devices such as cell phones, PDAs, laptops, two-way pagers, recording devices, etc. For clearance questions, please contact Security at 310-336-5038.
National Space INFOSEC Steering Council (NSISC) member organizations:
- National Security Agency
- National Reconnaissance Office
- Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center
- Air Force Space Command
- DoD Executive Agent for Space
- Defense Information System Agency
- Defense Security Service
- Hanscom Cyber/Netcentric Cryptologic Systems Division
- Joint Functional Component Command for Space
- National Aeronautics and Space Administration
- Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR)
- US Cyber Command
- US Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM)
Co-hosted by the National Space INFOSEC Steering Council (NSISC) and The Aerospace Corporation