Cybersecurity

DIS at a Glance - Opens in PDFCyberSecure Arkansas

The state of Arkansas Cybersecurity Office establishes security standards and policies for information technology in state government and serves as the focal point for cybersecurity issues. The State Cybersecurity Office also coordinates resources to protect multiple governmental organizations such as the Arkansas Continuity of Operations Program (ACOOP) which oversees and manages the development of disaster recovery plans and continuity of operations plans for state agencies.

Legislation

Act 2255 of 2005 - Anti-Spyware - PDF
Act 1526 of 2005 - Disclosure of Personal Information to Consumers - PDF
Act 744 of 2005 - Identity Theft Passport - PDF
Act 905 of 2011 - Cyberbullying - PDF

State Contracts for Security Technologies

Special Endpoint Protection Pricing
Special Desktop and Laptop Encryption Software Pricing

DIS Partners with Homeland Security’s STOP. THINK. CONNECT. Campaign

The Stop.Think.Connect. Campaign is a national public awareness effort that increases the understanding of cyber threats and empowers the public to be safer and more secure online. Below are a variety of resources to help citizens and state government employees to make more informed decisions when using the internet. DIS is proud to be a part of this unprecedented effort among federal and state governments, industry, and non-profit organizations to promote safe online behavior and practices in coordination with the National Cybersecurity Alliance.

STOP. THINK. CONNECT. Toolkit

Social Media Guide

Internet of Things Tip Card

Cybersecurity While Traveling Tip Card

Chatting with Kids about Being Online Booklet

Parents and Educators Tip Card

Mobile Security Tip Card

Seguridad Cibernética Para Los Niños

Best Practices for Creating a Password

Best Practices for Using Public WiFi

Identity Theft and Internet Scams

Mobile Banking and Payments

Online Gaming

Online Privacy

Reporting a Cybercrime Complaint

Insider Threat

Malware

Five Every Day Steps Towards Online Safety

Five Ways to be Cyber Secure at Work

How to Recognize and Prevent Cybercrime

Five Steps to Protecting Your Digital Home

Your Part in Protecting Critical Infrastructure

Phishing

 

Visit the sites below as a useful starting point to help increase cybersecurity knowledge:

Federal Government and Partners Online Security Information for Consumers
Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center
United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team
National Cybersecurity Alliance
MS-ISAC Operations Center

Learn about “spear phishing” and how to protect yourself