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Kratos Takes Key Role in Space Info-Sharing & Analysis Center Effort; Phil Carrai Quoted

Phil Carrai

TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 23, 2019 — Kratos Defense and Security Solutions (Nasdaq: KTOS) has helped fund, coordinate and develop an operational plan for the recently established Space Information Sharing and Analysis Center as a founding member of the organization, ExecutiveBiz reported April 9.

The company said April 8 the center, which was launched during the 35th Space Symposium earlier this month, is a government-supported effort to collect, analyze and distribute actionable data on threats and mitigation measures for the satellite industry and space community.

“Protecting space assets is becoming an increasing challenge, both from cybersecurity threats and from the increasing challenges in the RF domain,” said Phil Carrai, president of Kratos’ technology and training solutions division.

“Only by sharing data and experiences across government and industry will we be able to counter them effectively,” he added.

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