The California Office of Information Security has responsibility and authority over statewide information security and privacy policies, and standards applicable to all state government agencies, as outlined in Government Code Section 11549, Chapter 183, of the Statutes of 2007 (Senate Bill 90). On May 10, 2009, we became part of the Office of the State Chief Information Officer (OCIO). Then, on September 28, 2010, the OCIO was renamed the California Technology Agency in accordance with Chapter 404, Statutes of 2010 (AB 2408).
To be a nationally recognized leader in information security and privacy protection for the State's information assets.
To ensure the trust of Californians by providing statewide strategic direction and leadership in the protection of the State's information assets.
Our Strategic Plan
Cyber Threat Level
- California Security Jumpstart
- California IT Directory
- Forms and Tools
- Really Simple Syndication (RSS) Feeds
- Samples and Templates
- California Military Department
- California Government Operations Agency
- California Department of Technology
- California Highway Patrol
- California Governor's Office of Emergency Services
- State of California Office of Health Information Integrity
- Department of Justice´s Privacy Enforcement and Protection Unit