Arizona InfraGard

Members: Please Review Your InfraGard Member Privacy Settings

To ensure compliance with federal privacy laws and FBI policy, we are carefully reviewing how best to share targeted information with you while still protecting the choices you have made regarding your contact information. As an InfraGard member, you had the option to mark your profile as “private” when you applied for InfraGard membership. The “private” setting does not allow InfraGard National or your chapter leadership access to your member contact information, including your email address. Although we are still able to communicate with all members through the InfraGard portal, this setting prohibits you from receiving direct emails from InfraGard National or your chapter.

Many member profiles are currently marked as “private” because this is the default setting in the portal when a member signs up. Feel free to review your current privacy settings to ensure you are receiving the information you want at all times. You can do so, as follows:

  1. Login to the InfraGard secure portal at www.infragard.org
  2. Click on TOOLS at the top right of the InfraGard.org homepage after you log in (one of the main tabs).
  3. Click on PRIVACY SETTINGS.
  4. Review your PRIVACY SETTINGS

If you wish to ensure InfraGard National and your chapter leaders can share information with you securely using other means than the InfraGard portal (such as html emails, newsletters, etc.), have your settings “Visible to members.”

We thank you for being an InfraGard member, working to enable law enforcement and our communities to collaborate to help mitigate threats and promote safety and security. Exemplifying leadership, patriotism and purpose, InfraGard’s vision is to provide meaningful contributions towards preserving human life and making our nation a safer, more resilient place for all. This wouldn’t be possible without you!

Mission Statement

The mission of Arizona InfraGard is to help protect the nation’s infrastructure by supporting the priorities of the FBI and cultivating partnerships with the public and private sectors through bi-directional sharing of actionable information, training, and educational events.

A Collaboration for National Infrastructure Protection

 

WHAT WE DO: Because our members are vetted by the FBI, we engage in information sharing with sensitive but unclassified data via member to member, FBI to and from members, Intelligence bulletins to and from members and the Department of Homeland Security to members.

ABOUT INFRAGARD:
 Arizona InfraGard is an alliance between the Arizona Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and individuals committed to protecting the nation’s infrastructure and its people. The members, who are representative of all infrastructure sectors, public and private, identify and mitigate physical and cyber threats through information sharing. Arizona InfraGard promotes best practices, security awareness and training, community outreach, and the exchange of information between law enforcement and infrastructure owners and operators. For information on the National InfraGard effort visit www.infragard.org.

ARIZONA INFRAGARD ACTIVITIES: The Arizona chapter coordinates quarterly meetings on broad spectrum of security issues. Some meeting are open to the public and some are closed to Members only. Past events have featured presentations by security and information technology experts on a variety of physical and cyber security issues. In addition the FBI and other law enforcement agencies have provided subject matter experts and key leadership personnel to present on various security aspects, counter-terrorism efforts and historical events.

WHY WE WANT TO ENGAGE YOU: The key to protecting the nation’s infrastructure and people through information sharing is by involving multiple individuals and organizations in the sharing process. The more people sharing information on sound security practices, threats and vulnerabilities, the safer our country will be.

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