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Oklahoma Cyber Command’s top priority is safeguarding the state’s data and computer infrastructure against unauthorized data use, disclosure, modification, damage and loss.

The Office of Management and Enterprise Services Information Services division supports Cyber Command’s vision to provide leadership in the development, delivery and maintenance of cybersecurity, information security risk management and information security auditing programs.

Cyber Command has three goals:

  • Preventative measures: Stop a cybercrime or an event from happening.
  • Identify and respond: Identify threats and risks as rapidly as possible.
  • Manage and mitigate: Control exposures, manage incident response and restore the continuity of public services.

Cyber Command Security Operations Center

The Cyber Command Security Operations Center monitors network traffic and reacts to threats. Intelligence feeds signal suspicious network activity by known “bad actors,” and the statewide security software allows personnel to determine when the system is compromised.

The Security Operations Center protects mission-critical networks 24/7/365. Staff responds to hackers, viruses, spam-email campaigns and anything that threatens the security of the state’s technology infrastructure. The benefits include:

  • Efficient and cost-effective security monitoring.
  • Rapid response to security incidents.
  • Zero time and cost associated with testing software updates.
  • Employees focus on core mission while we focus on security.
  • Secure data.
  • Reliability.
  • Peace of mind.