Introducing the California Cybersecurity Information Sharing Organization, CalCISO.
Why now? What's the nature of the problem? What's our view?
Cyber threats will be the most persistent, pervasive challenges to public and private information networks for the foreseeable future.
The technology frontier also leads the policy frontier. In the cybersecurity context, the challenges represented by that technology lead magnify resource, knowledge, and infrastructure shortages in government.
What do we do?
CalCISO brings together industry, university, and public sector organizations for sharing cyber threats, fostering industry-driven solutions, addressing the talent shortfall, and ensuring informed public policy and regulation.
CalCISO focuses on:
- Sharing cyber threats
- Engaging in original cybersecurity research on issues of concern to the entire community
- Creating timely and novel content
- Providing information to address cyber awareness
- Addressing the shortfall in cyber talent, and
- Advancing public policies that will enhance security.
We provide partners in government with information, research, and intelligence on threats, the state of the industry, and insights.
NEW: CalCISO has partnered with Logical Operations on Cybersecurity First Responder training (CFR-210). This course focuses on the knowledge, ability, and skills necessary to provide for the defense of those information systems in a cybersecurity context, including protection, detection, analysis, investigation, and response capabilities. LEARN MORE HERE.
Learn more about the CalCISO Advisory Board here.
Contact us to learn more about this effort at firstname.lastname@example.org.
August (Dark - no meeting)
Cybersecurity in Health & Life Sciences Summit, September 21, San Francisco
CalCISO Advisory Board, March 10, East Bay (CLOSED MEETING)
CalCISO Information Sharing Pilot Program, March 7, San Francisco (CLOSED MEETING)
CalCISO Advisory Board, San Francisco, June 10
Threat Sharing Standards Organization, Anaheim, May 19
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