Cyber Threat sharing platform launched by Oklahoma


Oklahoma’s State office has launched a cyber threat sharing platform that will assist government and corporate companies to share intelligence about the most serious cyber threats.

As state funded hackers are seen increasingly targeting police departments, utility services, municipalities, school districts, election machinery and remote workforce, the State of Oklahoma’s Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) has activated the new Information Sharing and Analysis Center(ISAC) to help essential services, individuals and corporate companies from falling prey to disruptive and costly cyber attacks.

“We’ve been committed to deploy the most efficient Cybersecurity solution to stay way ahead from bad actors and digital catastrophes”, says Chance Grubb, State of Oklahoma ISAC Lead.

ISAC will be powered by Anamoli ThreatStream Community Edition that will provide immediate intelligence to organizations about the threats prevailing in the current cyber landscape.

“We are honored to partner with ISAC and will help them by automating threat intelligence sharing to improve the ability to detect, prevent data breaches and fraud along with ransomware infections”, said Hugh Njemanze, the CEO of Anomali.

Note 1 – Anomali is a threat intelligence company that offers services to over 1500 public and private entities to reduce risks of security breaches and improve Cybersecurity operations.

Note 2- Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services is a state service that offers services related to property, finance, purchase, human resource, and information technology to all state agencies including the Governor’s Office. It also a governing body for all budgetary matters and is now offer threat intelligence sharing platform in association with Anomali.

Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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