With the rise of cyber threats to Oklahoma, a practical approach was needed. To address that need, the Oklahoma Information Sharing and Analysis Center (OK-ISAC) was established as a multi-agency effort led and coordinated by the Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES). The main objective of this program is to mitigate cybersecurity risks across Oklahoma by providing real-time monitoring, vulnerability identification, incident response and threat intelligence to its members and partners. OK-ISAC is committed to ensuring the State of Oklahoma and its citizens are continuously educated and prepared to conduct day-to-day cyber activities in a safe and secure manner. OK-ISAC will include members from Oklahoma organizations, business leaders, and cybersecurity professionals. The OK-ISAC will enhance information sharing across Oklahoma and improve cyber resilience at all levels of participation—local, regional and national.
- To reduce the risk of cyber threats to the State of Oklahoma.
- To reduce the overall cost of cybersecurity for all state agencies by centralizing resources and providing a mechanism for leveraging large-scale purchases.
- To provide centralized services with highly specialized and skilled resources.
- To develop a cybersecurity ecosystem through public-private partnerships involving local entities, leading technology companies and other strategic private sector partners.
OK-ISAC Services and Capabilities
- Provide members:
- A platform to encourage member-to-member collaboration
- A secure online repository for sharing threat intelligence with members
- Participation in conferences, workshops, and tabletop exercises
- Support efforts to develop cyber workforce by partnering with Higher Education
- Develop and maintain relationships with industry partners
- Supports members through implementing best practices and establishing a culture of cybersecurity and compliance
Our vision for the OK-ISAC is to be a trusted hub for information-sharing and analysis on cybersecurity issues in the State of Oklahoma. This will be done by promoting an environment in which OK-ISAC members can work together to address those cybersecurity issues specific to the State of Oklahoma.
For more information about this intitiative, please contact us at [email protected].