It's called Aurebesh. Just do a search, you'll find it good enough.
(BTW: KM? Howdy, from KM! Hah!)
Edit: I remember reading this awesome account of the designer who actually "created," so to speak, the alphabet, after seeing it in one scene only:
“The Aurebesh is a lot like Boba Fett -- it is a facet of the Star Wars phenomenon that had its origin as a cinematic aside, but which has come to be widely embraced, far out of proportion to its humble origins.
Well, all right, Mr. Fett wasn't quite that insignificant, but the Star Wars alphabet that inspired the Aurebesh appears on screen for a span of mere seconds. That was enough time for me to notice them, though. As a graphic designer who worked (and still works) with fonts on a daily basis, I was intrigued by these glowing symbols on a Death Star readout.”
From this excellent account:
A must read for any Galactic historian, or art designer!
Edited By: Konorro Morroeez on Year 12 Day 350 18:50 ____________
"When all is said and done, there's nothing left to say or do."
Konnorro ... the website uses CSS to define the fonts and those are the fonts it attempts to use. I know that the font wont be the same on every system but for this particular website I can pretty much guarantee that one of those fonts is going to be the one your browser is displaying, and if it isnt most web browsers default to either Times or Arial.
Now as far the font in the logo I am not to sure, but there is a font service where you can crop one of the letters and send it to them and they will give you the closest font that it matches.