A growing threat to the safety and security of aerospace lies in cyberspace. AIAA has identified aerospace cybersecurity as a priority focus area, and established the AIAA Aerospace Cybersecurity Program to develop resources and programming on aerospace cybersecurity for AIAA events, publications, learning, and membership activity.
The Greater Huntsville Section has invited Steve Lee, AIAA Aerospace Cybersecurity Program Manager, to talk to our section members about Aerospace Cybersecurity and the program started by AIAA for its members.
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Steve Lee leads the new aerospace cybersecurity program at the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, with the goal of integrating cybersecurity into aerospace discipline and practice. He is currently focusing his unique combination of cyber protection and strategy experience—in industry and in the Federal policy arena—to build the AIAA aerospace cybersecurity program. Steve has a keen eye for adapting organizations, policies, and people to new security and technology challenges, as demonstrated by his successful leadership of cyber and regulatory compliance projects in industry. He also coordinated business and talent strategy efforts to grow and sustain a Fortune 500 consulting company's world-class cyber workforce.
Steve previously provided senior-level expertise on physical and cyber infrastructure protection and intelligence program policy for client engagements at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), including analysis of threats to dams, energy, rail, transit, and other critical infrastructure. He has over 25 years of program management, critical infrastructure protection, and national security experience, including over 16 years supporting DHS and the Intelligence Community (IC), with analysis of cyber, terrorism, and weapons of mass destruction issues, and nearly five years in the U.S. Army. He has also served in leadership and sales roles in aviation and media organizations.