The Queensland-based company has entered into a partnership with a local firm to shore up its cyber security posture.
Black Sky Aerospace (BSA) has announced a new partnership with digital security provider de.iterate, aimed at strengthening the digital security underpinning its guided weapons program.
This is expected to involve combining AS9100D (Quality Management Systems – for aviation, space, and defence) and ISO 27001 (international standard for information security).
This is tipped to protect critical information relating to BSA’s guided weapons program, which seeks to support Australia’s broader sovereign capability objectives and supply chain resilience under the $1 billion Guided Weapons and Explosive Ordnance (GWEO) Enterprise.
Black Sky Aerospace CEO Blake Nikolic noted the importance of protecting the company’s intellectual property.