Organization


PARTNERSHIPS BUREAU

The Partnerships Bureau consists of Cyber Liaison Officers who are primarily responsible for the NJCCIC’s outreach efforts by providing relevant and timely threat intelligence to New Jersey's government, businesses, and citizens and to develop and maintain relationships with the public and private sector. They coordinate cybersecurity trainings and conduct briefings of emerging threats with the Cyber Threat Intelligence & Analysis Bureau and evangelize the need for cybersecurity best practices to various audiences. Additionally, they assist the Cyber Threat Intelligence & Analysis Bureau with product development and dissemination via email and marketing platforms, social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn), and the cyber.nj.gov website.  The Partnerships Bureau is also responsible for growing the NJCCIC’s membership.

SECURITY ENGINEERING & CYBER OPERATIONS (SECOPS) BUREAU

The SECOPS Bureau is responsible for all aspects of enterprise information security engineering and daily operations of enterprise protective technologies that collect, aggregate, and correlate security event data from Executive Branch systems, networks, applications, and databases. It is responsible for defending the State’s Executive Branch networks and systems against cyberattacks.

CYBER THREAT INTELLIGENCE & ANALYSIS BUREAU

The Cyber Threat Intelligence & Analysis Bureau consists of Cyber Threat Intelligence Analysts who are primarily responsible for fusing technical and non-technical sources to analyze New Jersey's local cyber threat landscape and reduce the State's virtual vulnerabilities. In addition to cyber tips, alerts, and mitigation techniques, the analysts produce critical infrastructure sector-specific threat assessments. Their analysis correlates both historical and current data and reflects the collaborative relationship of the NJCCIC with local, state, federal, and industry partners.

GOVERNANCE, RISK AND COMPLIANCE BUREAU

The Governance, Risk and Compliance Bureau’s mission is to assess and improve the current risk posture of information systems across the State of New Jersey Executive Branch. The Bureau has established and maintains a risk management framework that promotes and oversees the implementation of baseline security controls and their performance metrics. By utilizing a System Security Lifecycle approach, the Bureau measures compliance against applicable statutory, regulatory, contractual and policy requirements while accounting for emerging cyber threats, and recommending mitigation steps that can be taken to improve risk posture.