Moving forward into 2020, a new decade, the Sacramento InfraGard Member alliance is ready to meet the challenges of an ever-changing national and local security front. Cyber-attacks, Domestic Terrorism, International Terrorism threats from Non-State, and State-Sponsored Terrorism continue to be of important concern. Attacks on our communities continue to occur, and the need for infrastructure hardening is on the rise. The Sacramento InfraGard Members Alliance continues to have a strong and vibrant relationship with the FBI and our federal partners. Providing a vehicle for the private and public sector collaboration with the FBI continues to be our primary goal.
This year the Chapter will continue to emphasize education, training, information sharing, networking, and collaboration with our partners. We will also be seeking to increase our membership in sectors that have a lower representation. The Sacramento Chapter will continue to host quarterly meetings, directly focusing on timely security briefs and information sharing for specific sectors. We also plan to have bi-annual meetings with specific sectors. These meetings will be hosted by Sector Chief Counsel subject matter experts. The Sacramento InfraGard Chapter’s partnership with our region’s Fusion center, the Central California Intelligence Center, will also be providing greater access to training courses and speakers for meetings.
Together, the Sacramento InfraGard Chapter Members Alliance leadership and the members can provide a variety of resources for the public and private businesses and community members within the 34 counties we serve by sharing best practices to harden infrastructure, emergency planning, and resilience.
If you are not a member and would like to learn more about the Sacramento Chapter InfraGard Members Alliance non-profit organization or would like to apply to become a member, please contact us or click on the membership tab at the top of the page.
InfraGard Sacramento Members Alliance
A FBI-affiliated 501(c)3 Organization
InfraGard Sacramento members are reminded that it is necessary to log into the national portal at least every 90 days to maintain active membership. Visiting this chapter website is encouraged, but does not serve to keep your membership active.
In support of FEMA’s Strategic Plan, they have released the following documents:
In an effort to support the protection of the critical infrastructure and key resources (CIKR), the chapter is organized into 16 critical infrastructure sectors. This provides focus for the membership on the issues of CIKR and the unique characteristics and conditions of each sector.