Community development

Alias is committed to educating and empowering individuals and organizations to understand and implement best practices in cybersecurity. We host educational events to share our expertise and experience with industry professionals and students.

We’re committed to building the local IT and cybersecurity community. We conduct trainings and networking events to help bolster a more technically equipped, adept, and connected IT industry in Oklahoma.

We’re always looking for ways to improve our offerings. If you have an interest not represented here, reach out to us at [email protected].

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2024 Lunch and Learns

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Looking for an opportunity to connect with and learn alongside other IT and security leaders? Our lunch and learns are small casual gatherings focused on a targeted cybersecurity topic. We offer diverse topics to serve the needs of individuals with different responsibilities in respective security roles. Registration for upcoming lunch and learns is available below.


Data Inventory

Seriously, do you know where your data is? It’s an often overlooked question in cybersecurity. In the case of an incident, without knowing where your data is, how do you know what’s been accessed? Where else that data might be? What’s needed to remediate? And what’s less crucial to restore?

But even before an incident, how do you know what to protect if you don’t know where your critical and privileged information is? How do you best allocate time, manpower, and resources in the absence of knowing what needs most attention?

In this Lunch and Learn, Alias CISO Jonathan Kimmitt will cover how to answer these questions, from what a Data Inventory is to how to conduct one to why one is crucial to your organization’s overall cybersecurity preparation and maturity.

This Lunch and Learn will be hosted at Alias HQ:

4308 Grant Blvd., Ste E/F, Yukon, OK 73099

Taught by Jonathan Kimmitt

Jonathan currently serves as Chief Information Security Officer for Alias.  His primary responsibility is the development and leadership of our security team.  Jonathan has 20 years of experience at TU in Information Services & Security Operations and has been involved with all aspects of information technology in his career.  He is proud to be President of the ISSA Oklahoma Chapter, and an InfraGard Board Member. Jonathan sees the goal of Privacy and Cyber Security is to protect people, and actively works with industries, professionals, and leaders to grow and develop their security and privacy postures for their organizations.

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Tech on Tap

Looking for an opportunity to enjoy good beer and better conversations with your local IT and cyber community? Our Tech on Taps are times to network, relax, and unwind.

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