We discuss Vulnerable Supply Chains in the Space Industry with our partner Payload Space.
Critical supply chains are the weakest link to a devastating cyber-attack. The risks posed by critical suppliers and the wider supply chain are growing for all space companies.
Hackers are using innovative ML/AI to penetrate advanced manufacturing, communications, 3D Printing, and encrypted networks. This webinar will include experts who will discuss enhancing resiliency, privacy, and posture as we enter the wild-west of space: ML/AI-based attacks and quantum computing. We will also dive into insurance companies contemplating not renewing cyber policies for vulnerable space companies.
• Jessica Lis. Jessica serves as Director of Operations at Payload, a space media startup covering the business and policy of space. Before Payload, she worked in strategy consulting at Nomura and Brycetech. She also currently covers emerging tech for Insider Intelligence.
• Tony Pietrocola. Tony is President of AgileBlue. Tony got his start as an Apple Engineer from 1997-2000. For the next 21 years, he has managed and grown technology companies in the SaaS, Fintech, and Cybersecurity spaces. He has managed companies from early-stage to publicly traded with revenues ranging from pre-revenue to $100MM.
• Charlene Jacka. Charlene is a Systems Director at Commercial Space Futures Office for Aerospace Corporation. Charlene supports Space Systems Command with technical and multi-disciplined support as the commercial offices continue to grow and mature. Prior to that, she spent over 14 years at the Air Force Research Laboratory supporting and managing a variety of spacecraft missions from cradle-to-grave.
• Rob Pakalski. Rob is the CEO/Co-Founder of Datum. Before that, he spent he led procurement efforts for a variety of new products at SpaceX, including Space Suit, Falcon 9 & Heavy Thrust Structures, Grid Fins, etc. He then led Global Supply Chain at Virgin Hyperloop before co-founding Datum.