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Welcome to Infragard-Springfield

InfraGard is a cooperative undertaking dedicated to increasing the security of United States critical infrastructures. This cooperative, comprised of the U.S. Government (led by the FBI) and an association of businesses, academic institutions, state and local law enforcement agencies, and other participants, serves the interests of its members by sharing knowledge, information, and analytical efforts.

The InfraGard-Springfield Members Alliance continues to foster a community focus on information sharing, education and protection of our critical infrastructures in the downstate Illinois area.

 

 

 

 

2014_FBI_ISI_Program

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FBI 2014 Information Sharing Initiative Program

MIDWESTERN REGION

 

WHEN: Wednesday & Thursday: July 16 & July 17, 2014

Wednesday: 8:30am – 5:00pm

Thursday: 8:30am – 1:00pm

WHERE: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Chicago Field Office

2111 W. Roosevelt Road

Chicago, IL 60608

 

Overview:

The FBI has created an Information Sharing Initiative ("ISI") as part of a national program that has been developed and tested through a highly structured effort entitled the "FBI ISI Program”. The program will be provided regionally and will continue to evolve as it is implemented around the country.

Select content will vary regionally so as to address information sharing issues and practices pertinent to the private sector and the FBI.

For the Private Sector: The intent is to provide InfraGard members with a tailored approach to better understanding information sharing as a means to protecting our nation, and their companies, against the threat of terrorism and to support the counter-terrorism based efforts of the regional offices of the FBI.

For the FBI: The Information Sharing Initiative program will provide a unique look at the information needs of the private sector, specifically, as they relate to identifying, handling, and protection of the information needs of the private sector.

 

Who should apply?

Private Sector representatives (i.e. Senior executives, in-house attorneys, and privacy and security executives with senior level responsibilities, or their designates) who represent at least one of the 16 Critical Infrastructure/Key Resource categories. If an InfraGard member does not fit the aforementioned role, they can sponsor a representative from their employer who does.

Registered applicants will receive an email from the NPS-CAW within approximately 5-7 business days confirming whether the program could or could not accommodate their attendance. If attendance could be accommodated, the confirming email will provide additional detailed information for planning purposes.

 

To apply:

contact the FBI Coordinator via the "Contact Us" link to the left, or click here

 

For more information:

For event details, sponsor information, and an agenda of the event, click here

Last Updated on Monday, 09 June 2014 22:34
 

Chapter Polos

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Springfield Chapter Polos 

 

Based on our membership demand and financial needs of our chapter the Springfield InfraGard Members Alliance, Inc. is offering Polo shirts with the Springfield InfraGard logo. This fundraising event for our not-for-profit chapter will enable us to pay for insurance, fees, and other annual costs. The price for these shirts is $24.95 (extra for 2X and 3X sizes). You can place your order by using your credit card via the provided link (see column to the right).

 

Currently, your best option is to pick up your shirt at a Springfield InfraGard meeting, such as the Springfield area lunch, or one of the other monthly/quarterly area meetings. If you need your shirt shipped to you, please make a $5.00 donation through paypal and send us an email noting such. As always your continued support is greatly appreciated.

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 July 2011 09:18
 

Springfield InfraGard Logo Polo Shirt