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InfraGard

 

InfraGard is a Federal Bureau of Investigation program that facilitates the exchange of information between the FBI and the IT industry and academia in matters concerning terrorism, intelligence, crime, and security in the cyber arena. Beginning in 1996 as a local program in the Cleveland Field Office, InfraGard expanded as a national program in 1998 as part of the National Infrastructure Protection Center (NIPC). InfraGard moved to be under the auspices of Cyber Division in 2003. Following NIPC's incorporation into the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), InfraGard's mission expanded beyond cyber infrastructure protection to include physical and cyber threats to critical infrastructure. While remaining an FBI program, InfraGard provides cyber information exchange and coordination services in support of the DHS, both at national and local levels.(1)

An elected Board of Directors provides representation to InfraGard members, made up of the IT industry and related academia. In addition to its national services, such as information exchange between members and the FBI, and infrastructure vulnerability and threat updates, InfraGard's local services include training and education, newsletters, and contingency plans in the event of an attack upon the IT infrastructure.(2)

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