Cyber Security Team
The Cyber Security Team is part of the Planning and Project Management Office (PPMO) that falls under the Information and Communications Services Division (ICSD). The Cyber Security Team was created in 2007 to help protect the State’s critical cyber infrastructure by developing policies, protocols, and processes to help mitigate cyber security incidents.
The mission of the Information and Communication Services Division’s cyber security program is to provide solutions and services that protect and preserve the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of electronic information resources critical to the Executive Branch of the State of Hawaii.
By forming partnerships and encouraging collaboration, the cyber security program will be the centralized resource, providing cyber security leadership and expertise for the State of Hawaii.
Information & Communications Services Division
The ICSD of the Department of Accounting and General Services is the lead agency for information technology in the Executive Branch. It is responsible for comprehensively managing the information processing and telecommunication systems in order to provide services to all agencies of the State of Hawaii. The ICSD plans, coordinates, organizes, directs, and administers services to insure the efficient and effective development of systems.
Over the years, there have been tremendous advances in technology and an increased reliance on telecommunications and computers in the workplace. The ICSD has met the challenges of the information industry and is leading the way in implementing cost-effective and efficient information and communication services. The proper application and installation of these technologies continues to be a key component towards the accomplishment of the business operations and services of State government.
ICSD Cyber Security
1151 Punchbowl Street, B10
Honolulu HI 96813