The Catalyst Accelerator has finalized its selection of eight small businesses that will join its new cohort to support defensive cyber operations for the U.S. Space Force.
The companies are expected to present their disruptive technologies to investors as well as government and industry experts on June 1, the accelerator said Friday.
USSF is looking for advanced technologies with resilient cybersecurity architecture to bolster protection of its mission-critical IT networks and systems. It sought the help of the Catalyst Accelerator, which created the Defensive Cyber Operations for Space cohort.
The chosen companies will congregate for two weeks every month beginning March 7, collaborating with government, industry and subject matter experts in the process.
The cohort consists of the following enterprises:
- Ironwood Cyber
- Rebel Space Technologies
- SylLab Systems