SpiderOak and TriSept Form Partnership to Protect Against Cyber Threats
SpiderOak has formed a strategic partnership with TriSept with the aim of providing a comprehensive end-to-end security system capable of keeping critical commercial, government-space and ground operations protected from intentional interference and attacks. The two companies announced the collaboration Dec. 7. TriSept is a provider of launch integration and mission management services.
I order to address a growing cyber threat to space operations, the two companies believe this combination of the Linux-based TriSept Secure Enhanced Layer (TSEL) operating system together with SpiderOak’s OrbitSecure zero-trust protocol offers one of the first complete commercially available satellite security solutions capable of protecting both new space and legacy satellites operating in orbit. TSEL locks down the spacecraft hardware and OrbitSecure locks down the data exchanged between the spacecraft and ground segment.
“SpiderOak is thrilled to partner with TriSept to provide an end-to-end satellite security solution that allows operators to unleash the full potential of their missions and the new space industry with peace of mind,” said. We look forward to empowering commercial and government customers with this revolutionary cybersecurity platform for upcoming missions,” Dave Pearah, CEO, SpiderOak, said in a statement.