This year marks the 25th Anniversary of the establishment of the InfraGard program and the 22nd year for the InfraGard Sacramento Members’ Alliance (Sacramento InfraGard), which is going strong. The Sacramento InfraGard 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.
The past 18 months has been challenging for our members, partners, and sponsors as we have all dealt with the changes a national pandemic has brought to our lives along with the threats to all sectors within the Nation’s critical infrastructure. We are thankful for our dedicated Teams at the FBI Sacramento Field Office, the region’s Fusion Center and the Central CA Intelligence Center as we continue to partner with them for timely and relevant content delivered to our members through virtual meetings and webinars. As we emerge from the pandemic, and when it is safe to do so, we will reinstate our in-person meetings and the Annual Cybersecurity Symposium.
Acknowledging that training, briefings, information sharing initiatives, collaborations and networking with peers is critical, we will continue to host timely threat briefings, webinars and virtual and in-person quarterly meetings focusing on information for specific sectors. We will also be seeking to increase our membership in sectors that have a lower representation.
The Members of Sacramento InfraGard, who have unique expertise in many areas, will continue to participate in securing the Nation’s critical infrastructure and to advance national security through our partnership with the FBI. The collaboration InfraGard brings between the private and public sectors and the FBI is even more critical in times like these when all aspects of our Nation’s infrastructure are being targeted.
Not only do our members contribute to the protection of their own organizations, but their skills also have an impact on the region. Together, the Sacramento InfraGard 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 InfraGard 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.
To the nearly 1,000 members of our Chapter, thank you all for your continued service. I am proud to have the opportunity to serve Sacramento InfraGard and work alongside you for the protection of our community, our residents, and our nation.
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.