Richard Jackson
Deputy Attorney General for Cybersecurity, Technology, and Digital Assets

An Oklahoma Native, Richard Jackson currently serves as the Deputy Attorney General for Cybersecurity, Technology, and Digital Assets in the State, acting as the subject matter expert on cybersecurity policy, regulation, and compliance; innovation and entrepreneurism; and the digital assets industry. Prior to joining the Attorney General’s Office he served as Information Security Manager at the City of Tulsa. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and energy management Summa Cum Laude from the University of Oklahoma, A Juris Doctorate from the University of Alabama, several cyber security industry certifications including the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) designation, and maintains a Series 65 Investment Advisor Representative license. Jackson also serves in the United States Marine Corps Reserve as part of the Marine Innovation Unit Technology Branch as a Liaison Officer to the Department of Defense Office of Research and Engineering for commercial engagement in dual use technology applications and leads Task Force Sooner in the greater Oklahoma heartland region. In his personal time Jackson is the co-founder of an institutionally back venture start-up in the software and technology industry, co-hosts a cryptocurrency radio show and podcast, and serves as an advisor and board member to Oklahoma-based non-profits.

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