About Our Organizations

CyberWyoming & Cyberwyoming Alliance

CyberWyoming

Our goal is to reduce cyber risk for Wyoming businesses and organizations. CyberWyoming’s aim is to build national and Wyoming resilience by pulling business communities together on cybersecurity and advance the security of our State through information sharing. CyberWyoming does this by addressing two main areas:

CyberWyoming is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization that provides training and consulting to businesses, nonprofits, technical professionals, and business advisors in Wyoming.  The new field of cyberpsychology plays heavily into our training and education model.

Our Vision for Businesses

Imagine walking into a local shop and seeing a plaque that says Made Safe in Wyoming©, This Business Meets Best Practices in Cyber Security. Wouldn’t you be more inclined to return to that business?

Made Safe in Wyoming is an impartial, non-profit program within the organization of CyberWyoming that helps businesses translate the world of IT to become cyber secure. When a business becomes secure, it brings customers backdistinguishes itself, and reduces attack risk.

CyberWyoming has programs for local Economic Development Agencies to lead the way in their communities, a fun and supportive method to motivate managers to take steps to meet best practices in cybersecurity, and a network of professionals to support those managers in their efforts to manage cyber risk.

How It Started

When it comes to Cybersecurity, education is not always enough. The founders of CyberWyoming saw a need to provide Wyoming businesses and organizations a resource to actually ACT on the next steps to protect themselves. Thus, the concept of Made Safe in Wyoming was born. After becoming an affiliate of CyberUSA in April 2018, Made Safe in Wyoming can now offer national content and additional outreach programs for Wyoming.

CyberWyoming Alliance

The CyberWyoming Alliance is a 501c3 nonprofit that works with local communities to increase cyber awareness and education. The CyberWyoming Alliance promotes cybersecurity education, outreach, and awareness programs for Wyoming citizens, senior citizens, students and the business and nonprofit communities that surround them.

Want to get Involved?

There are a few ways you can contribute to CW Alliance. To keep these programs going, you can donate to our organization. If you want to help further, consider joining the CW Alliance Board of Directors.

The CyberWyoming Alliance supports cyber security education, awareness, and outreach programs for Wyoming communities. The specific objectives and purpose of this organization is:

Board of Directors

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CyberWyoming Alliance

Alan O’Hashi
Board President
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Christine Langley
Board Treasurer
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Jesse Larson
Board Vice President
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James Drever
Board Secretary
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Jennifer Kurtz
Board President
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Doug Dakins
Board Treasurer
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Crystal Richardson
Board Vice President

Robert Jenkins
Board Secretary
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Contact us at 307.223.1265 or info@cyberwyoming.org. We are here to help!