The proposal asks for the creation of a Tulsa Enterprise for Cyber Innovation, Talent and Entrepreneurship (TECITE). It allows industry, federal agencies and the University of Tulsa (TU) to work together to defend information systems.
“TU faculty and students have been researching cybersecurity for nearly as long as the issue has been a concern,” said Dr. Clancy. “It makes sense financially that a Tulsa Cyber District be established as quickly as possible to meet the growing needs of businesses and organizations; it makes sense academically that the district be anchored by the University of Tulsa which is best positioned to deliver the expertise necessary to start strong and continuously elevate its capabilities. We are grateful to Commissioner Doak for his leadership as we advance our plans for a world-class cybersecurity training and innovation center in Tulsa. The insurance industry will be the latest field to benefit from all that Tulsa