Membership is free and open to anyone interested in sharing information on threats and vulnerabilities to our critical infrastructures, as well as homeland security issues. We especially encourage security practitioners from the identified infrastructure sectors to join. All members must adhere to certain established codes of conduct and ethics. At your request, your membership in InfraGard can be anonymous, and our chapter's FBI Coordinator treats the complete chapter roster as sensitive information

Membership includes registration with CyberCop Secure Portal, a secure InfraGard email address, and intelligence reports tailored to your infrastructure sector.

  1. Open the secure Membership Application.
  2. Read the application completely before filling it out.
  3. Once the application is submitted, read and print the Rules of Behavior (ROB) PDF. This form will automatically load after the application is submitted.
  4. Sign, date and submit the ROB PDF form. Every ROB form is uniquely created and will not be retrievable at a later date.
  5. Follow instructions on how to submit the completed ROB. 
    *Applications will be rejected if your ROB is not submitted within 30 days



InfraGard is an organization dedicated to the protection of the United States and the American people. In order to maintain a level of trust within the membership, all applicants undergo a records check performed by the FBI. Applications are screened according to a defined criteria and then passed to the local chapter for final processing.

InfraGard membership comes with great responsibility. We value active members who are willing to devote their time, effort and talent to help build this organization and achieve our goals of protecting the American people. You will be a representative of the nation's largest volunteer organization dedicated to critical infrastructure protection.

Finally, before you fill out your application, please read the InfraGard Code of Ethics. As a member of InfraGard, you will be expected to abide by these guidelines.


The benefits of joining InfraGard include:

  • Network with representatives from other companies that help maintain our national infrastructure. Quick Fact: 350 of our nation's Fortune 500 have a representative in InfraGard.
  • Gain access to an FBI secure communication network complete with VPN encrypted website, webmail, listservs, message boards and much more.
  • Learn time-sensitive, infrastructure related security information from government sources such as the FBI and DHS..
  • Get invitations and discounts to important training seminars and conferences.
  • Best of all, there is no cost to join InfraGard.



InfraGard Springfield is a non-profit organization serving as a public-private partnership among U.S. businesses, individuals involved in the protection and resilience of U.S. critical infrastructures, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.


For more information, contact the InfraGard Coordinator at (217) 522-9675.