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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. 


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


Learn about "spear phishing" and how to protect yourself

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



Department of Information Systems
One Capitol Mall
Little Rock, AR 72201
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