Oklahoma Launches Statewide Cyber Threat Sharing Platform
Anomali-Powered ISAC Makes Critical Information About Election Security, Pandemic-Related Fraud, and Attacks on Remote Workers Available to Agencies Across the State
Anomali, a leader in intelligence-driven cybersecurity solutions, announced that the State of Oklahoma’s Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) activated its new Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAC). Powered by Anomali ThreatStream Community Edition, it provides government and corporate-partner entities across the state with immediate access to intelligence about the most serious threats targeting their operations. All agencies are under constant assault from massive waves of cyberattacks that impact citizens, police departments, municipalities, election precincts, and remote workers. With the ability to share information about adversaries, essential state services can reduce their risk of falling victim to disruptive and costly attackers.
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“We’ve always been committed to deploying the most effective and efficient security solutions available. It’s the only way to stay ahead of bad actors and avoid catastrophe,” said Chance Grubb, State of Oklahoma ISAC Lead. “By extending visibility over threats to all affiliated entities, we will amplify our ability to detect the presence of any that are in our systems.”
Anomali ThreatStream Community Edition is the leading global threat sharing platform for ISACs, ISAOs, industry groups, and other threat intel sharing communities. Customers that build secure and automated threat sharing platforms are able to streamline the sharing and integration of indicators of compromise (IOCs) across their security ecosystems, allowing them to power intelligence-led operations that benefit from wider visibility and immediate detection.
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“Adversaries frequently aim their attacks at numerous entities. They know that the more gates they rattle, the more likely they are to find one that can be broken open,” said Hugh Njemanze, CEO, Anomali. “We are honored that Oklahoma OMES chose us to power their ISAC. With the ability to automate threat intelligence sharing, every agency across the state will improve its ability to detect and prevent breaches, fraud, ransomware infections and other costly cyberattacks.”
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