Please don’t call it Kicksecure distro. The name Kicksecure is reserved to software officially released on the upcoming kicksecure.com domain.  Especially if it is being redistributed to third parties such as the public. This is for trademark reasons.
Alternative wording examples:
based on Kicksecure
fork of Kicksecure
software fork of Kicksecure
derivative of Kicksecure
includes software by Kicksecure
Kicksecure security hardened
If you create a deidcated homepage wciso.holt-technology.com for antiX Linux distribution you can mention “includes software by Kicksecure” but this is fully optional. (ubuntu.com also doesn’t need to say “comes with GNU GRUB”.)
There will be a Kicksecure ISO released on kicksecure.com at some point.
We already got most of the code ready due to the development of Whonix-Host Operating System Live ISO, Whonix-Host Installer where @onion_knight contributed the code for ISO creation. The ISO comes even with a calamares based installer. I don’t think it will be hard to re-use that code to generate the Kicksecure ISO. Probably requires just some adjustments to Whonix build script.
The first steps towards an official Kicksecure ISO would be would be adding this feature to “Whonix build script”. Help welcome! Then also Whonix/Whonix (the build script) should either be renamed to something more generic or forked. I am not sure yet. Would be weird in the final result to tell people “use Whonix build script to build the Kicksecure ISO”. Should become a fully independent project without much reference to Whonix to avoid conflating, confusing things.
Also due to the usual Open Source development conventions it cannot be a binary-only release. Needs to be created using a build script so anyone can rebuild it from source code without any binaries created by Kicksecure.
 And from whonix.org until kicksecure.com gets published.
Very glad to learn that software by Whonix / Kicksecure is useful for others and being included in derivatives!