Tribal Information Sharing & Analysis Center

For Native American and Alaskan Native tribal government, operations and enterprises.

About, Mission and Governance

The Tribal Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Tribal-ISAC), a division of not-for-profit Tribal Share, Inc., is the platform for cyber threat information sharing, threat prevention, protection, community response, and a managed and trusted collaboration with other government agencies and industry ISACs for the nation’s tribal governments and their operations and enterprises.  The Tribal-ISAC provides a safe and secure environment for the nation’s federally recognized sovereign Native American tribal governments, all of their operations and enterprises, including Alaska Native communities, villages and organizations (“Tribe(s)”),  to share and mitigate security threat information, to share best practices, and is the conduit for security information sharing among Tribes.

The mission of the Tribal-ISAC is to improve the overall security posture of Tribes with an emphasis on cyber security, but including all-hazard threats and risks. Collaboration and information sharing among members, with trusted managed sharing between other industry ISACs, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and private sector partners are the keys to success.

Tribal-ISAC is governed by Tribal Share, Inc. a 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
  • Managing the collaboration with other industry Industry Security and Analysis Center organizations (“ISAC”) and federal, state, local and territorial resources and agencies to improve 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

 

 

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

Tribal Executive Membership Explanation or Justification

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Tribal-ISAC Steering Committee

Toni Pepper

Chief Information Technology Officer, San Manuel Band of Mission Indians

Bill Travitz

Director, Office of Information Technology, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians

Mike Day

Executive Officer, TribalHub

Robert Aton

Director of IT, The Mill Casino, Coquille Indian Tribe

Lee Edberg

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

Tribal Share, Inc. Board of Directors

Dawn McGrady

Director of Finance, Little River Casino Resort

Paul Shagen

Assistant General Counsel, Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians of Michigan and Indiana

Mike Day

Executive Officer, TribalHub

Jon James

Director, Information Security Cherokee Nation

Shannon Bouschor

Director of Operations, TribalHub

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