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Tribal Information Sharing & Analysis Center

Support the Efforts of the Tribal-ISAC

We Believe in Strengthening the Security Posture of ALL Tribes Across Indian Country.

Every tribe benefits when all tribes and their enterprises collaborate and share security threat information rather than working in isolation. Security and particularly cybersecurity threats have become a nationwide and global challenge, and it is a fact that your response and preparedness will improve through collaboration and information sharing rather than by working alone.  

  • The Tribal-ISAC member community provides the platform that empowers each tribe with additional knowledge, timely information and access to many like-minded experts working together against shared threats.  
  • The Tribal-ISAC shares timely tribe-specific security threat information in a non-attributable and confidential manner.
  • Members gain access to regular training and learning opportunities to help you to stay ahead of current threats. The impact we make ultimately enriches and better secures every tribe facing the same overwhelming number of security threats. 
  • Collaboration and confidential threat information sharing among tribes is the key to success.  
  • The Tribal-ISAC can provide a trusted managed interaction with easier access to additional federal, state and local resources. 

A nationwide threat demands a nationwide solution.  Collaborate, share, learn and join your industry peers and other leaders from tribes across the nation. Receive daily curated security analyst reports and the highlighted security information your tribe and technology team need to focus on.  Join us in the security fight and support this better solution for EACH and EVERY tribe and tribal enterprise.  

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Why should your tribe or tribal enterprise join the Tribal-ISAC?

Tribal Executive Membership Explanation or Justification

News & Events

Tribal-ISAC Steering Committee

Toni Pepper

Chief Information Technology Officer, San Manuel Band of Mission Indians

Mike Day

Executive officer, tribalhub

Adam Morrison

CIO,
MississippiBand of Choctaw indians

Lee Edberg

IT Cybersecurity Manager, Mystic Lake Casino Hotel. Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community

Robin Villareal

CIO,
Gila River Resorts & casinos

Tribal-ISAC is governed by Tribal Share, Inc. a nonprofit 501(C)(3) with the following objectives:

  • Sharing of community security threat information and intelligence in a safe and secure environment among the nations Native American and Alaska Native tribes
  • Improving the security posture of all Native American and Alaska Native tribes to better protect their critical national infrastructure
  • Sharing best practices, tools, assessments and education to help each tribe protect their own resources including critical infrastructure located on tribal trust land, to benefit national public interest and tribal citizens
  • Improving access to federal, state, local and territorial resources and agencies to support resilience and preparedness of tribes across the nation
  • A platform for providing more opportunity, education, resources and sharing activities to the benefit of Native American or Alaska Native tribes or tribal citizens

Tribal Share, Inc. Board of Directors

Dawn McGrady

Director of Finance, Little River Casino Resort

Renita DiStefano

Founder, President & CEO, SECOND DERIVATIVE, LLC

Mike Day

Founder & Executive Officer, TribalHub

Jon James

Director, Information Security Cherokee Nation

Shannon Bouschor

Director of Operations, TribalHub

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