ONG-ISAC serves as a central point of coordination and communication to aid in the protection of exploration and production, transportation, refining, and delivery systems of the ONG industry, through the analysis and sharing of trusted and timely cyber threat information, including vulnerability and threat activity specific to ICS and SCADA systems.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors and Officers are responsible for the stewardship of the Corporation and are elected to ensure the ONG-ISAC has the critical capabilities needed to achieve its objectives.
Stuart served as a Board Member for over 5 years and became Chairman in June 2018. He has attended the FBI CISO Academy, has served as President of the award-winning South Texas Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), and is a member of ISACA and InfraGard. Stuart has developed and led information security programs for multi-billion dollar companies for the past twelve years and is currently the Sr. Director, IT Security and Compliance for one of the largest publicly-traded energy partnerships. His experience includes information security policy development, creating security awareness campaigns, security operations, leading incident response teams, and setting information security strategy.
Appointed as ONG-ISAC Executive Director in September 2018, Angela is a retired FBI Special Agent with extensive experience in cybersecurity and protecting critical assets. Since joining the ONG-ISAC, she has expanded the ONG-ISAC’s membership with a Strategic Partnership Pilot Program, bringing new organizations, expertise, resources and funding to support the ISAC’s efforts. In addition, Angela has been a subject matter expert speaker, organizer and participant in numerous energy-related conferences, briefings, exercises, meetings, webinars and other events. Ms. Haun is actively pursuing upgraded technologies and additional benefits for ONG-ISAC member analysts and executives.
Meet the Board of Directors
With the participation and engagement of our members and volunteer staff provided by member companies, the ONG-ISAC can continue to create value for its members and the entire oil and natural gas sector. While there are many ways to volunteer and help the ONG-ISAC succeed, our committee member positions require individuals who are committed to the protection of the energy sector and to making the oil and natural gas industry stronger and safer.
The Membership Committee’s primary responsibility is to evaluate all member applications. Each membership request goes through a due diligence process to ensure eligibility according to bylaws and to determine membership level.
The Benefits Committee helps the Board to ensure the benefits provided by ONG-ISAC will create value for the members and the entire oil and natural gas sector. The Benefits Committee is comprised of member companies’ representatives who meet to provide input on benefit programs, vendor relationships and other issues affecting the ONG-ISAC.
The Information Sharing Committee works with members and strategic partners to build relationships and identify areas where more effective information sharing can be utilized. In addition, the Information Sharing Committee sets the scope for types of threats on which the organization should focus its research and analysis efforts. When necessary, the Information Sharing Committee serves as a key resource for the ONG-ISAC’s staff when coordinating actions during a crisis or incident affecting members.