Office of the CISO

Liza Massey, Chief Information Officer, Information Services and Technology

The County of Marin is aware that cyber criminals are leveraging the current state of emergency to conduct scams related to coronavirus. Scammers may impersonate legitimate organizations such as the World Health Organization (WHO), Centers for Disease Control (CDC), or even the County of Marin in an attempt to steal your personal information and money. The County recommends that you exercise extreme caution when you receive e-mails about coronavirus from unknown sources, particularly those that contain links and attachments. For current information about coronavirus in Marin please visit our resource page

The Office of the CISO Division provides proactive risk and compliance services in the areas of Information Security and Digital Accessibility. The division develops and implements IT policies, procedures, and standards and provides education, training, and awareness across the County. It also conducts audits and assessments, responds to incidents and complaints, and manages the County’s IT disaster preparedness and continuity of operations plans. The focus of this division in IST is to protect the County from potential threats and ensure compliance with all relevant laws and regulations.


IST Digital Accessibility

The Digital Accessibility Team is responsible for providing digital accessibility to people across the County, both employees and the public.  Digital accessibility includes but is not limited to the procurement, development, and maintenance of websites, electronic media, documents, and mobile technology.  The team takes a systematic approach to support County digital materials for assistive technology users by utilizing accessibility testing tools, working with Assistive Technology, Subject Matter Experts, and providing training to those responsible for procuring, developing, and maintaining digital technologies.

IST Security

The Information Security Team is responsible for all aspects of Information Security at the County of Marin, including assets, systems, applications, data, workforce security, incident response, and disaster recovery planning. In addition to supporting technology, the team takes the approach that Information Security is every employee’s responsibility and provides security training, exercises, newsletters, and brown bag events to share information and increase security awareness across the County.