InfraGard Sacramento Training & Events

1/30/2020 to 12/30/2020

Please check back for information about InfraGard Sacramento events.

8/13/2019 to 9/24/2019

Sep

23

MGT-452 Physical and Cybersecurity for Critical Infrastructure

TIME: 8:00am - 5:00pm

LOCATION:10390 Peter A. McCuen Blvd,, Mather, CA 95655

AUDIENCE:

DETAILS:Hosted by the Governor's Office of Emergency Services in conjunction with the DHS/FEMA National Training Program and Texas Engineering Extension Service, Texas A&M University System.

The national and economic security of the United States depends on the reliable functioning of critical infrastructure. This course encourages collaboration efforts among individuals and organizations responsible for both physical and cybersecurity toward development of integrated risk management strategies that lead to enhanced capabilities necessary for the protection of our Nation’s critical infrastructure.

REGISTRATION NOTE: You will need a FEMA Student ID Number to register for this class. To obtain one, go to https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid and click “Need a FEMA SID”

REGISTRATION UPDATE: The class is now full, but interested individuals may be able to be put on a wait list by clicking the “Register” link below.

COST: Free

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9/17/2019 to 10/24/2019

Oct

23

15th Annual InfraGard Sacramento Members’ Alliance Security Symposium & Vendor Expo

TIME: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Registration opens at 7:30 am)

LOCATION:CA Lottery Pavilion 700 N 10th Street, Sacramento, CA 95811

AUDIENCE:

DETAILS: Save the date to join your colleagues for a no-cost, informative day of presentations & briefings discussing cybersecurity & the US Critical Infrastructure, along with a current Threat Update. Meet and hear from members of the Sacramento Field Office of the FBI, the US Attorneys’ Office, the InfraGard National President and industry leading companies, along with Intelligence Analysts. There will be a Vendor Expo, where you can meet and talk with cybersecurity companies about the leading security solutions, find out more about the California Cyber Institute at Cal Poly and the training they offer, along with meeting members of professional associations and industry colleagues.

7 hours Continuing Professional Education (CPE) available

Event Sponsors:

CrowdStrike • Veracode • RedSeal • InfoBlox • Area 1 • E. & J. Gallo Winery

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6/17/2019 to 7/18/2019

Jul

17

  3rd Quarterly Meeting

TIME: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm (Check-in and Continental Breakfast at 7:30 am)

LOCATION:CA Lottery Pavilion 700 N 10th Street, Sacramento, CA 95811

AUDIENCE: InfraGard members and non-members

DETAILS:Join your colleagues for an information packed morning of networking and presentations discussing Food & Agriculture and Water Sectors. Topics will include:

  • “Pulling the Ripcord on Cloud Threats”: Securing Your Data & Users in a Direct-to-Internet World
  • Principals of Preparedness for Agroterrorism and Food Systems’ Disasters
  • Managing California’s Water – Why is Matters to You
  • California Outlook 2019 – Why Water is Critical for Food Production

3 hours Continuing Professional Education (CPE) available

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10/11/2019 to 11/1/2019

Oct

30

Protective Measures Course (PER-336)

TIME: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

LOCATION: CA Office of Emergency Services, 3650 Schriever Ave., Mather, CA 95655

AUDIENCE: public and private sector security personnel at the executive, management, and operations level. Public safety workers, emergency managers, law enforcement, and special event security personnel can also benefit from the course.

DETAILS:The Protective Measures Course (PMC) provides participants with a basic understanding of how to identify risks and vulnerabilities to a facility, determine additional security needs for a special event/public gathering, and identify and apply physical and procedural protective measures to mitigate the threat of an improvised explosive device (IED) or vehicle-borne IED.

NOTE: FEMA SID number is required to apply. To obtain a FEMA SID follow these instructions.

COST: Free

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10/25/2019 to 11/16/2019

Nov

15

California State Nonprofit Security Grant Program Workshop

TIME: 9:00 am – 11:30 am

LOCATION: Cal OES Building D, California Room 10370 Peter A McCuen Boulevard Mather, CA 95655

AUDIENCE:

DETAILS:Cal OES will be conducting workshops to explain the CSNSGP requirements, and assist nonprofit organizations with the application process. The FY 2019 CSNSGP Request for Proposal and documents are posted on the Cal OES website. Application documents must be submitted to the following email address: Nonprofit.Security.Grant@caloes.ca.gov by Monday, December 9, 2019, 8:00 a.m. Late submissions will not be considered.

Webinars are also available. Please see page 3 of the flyer linked below.

COST: Free

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2020

10/22/2019 to 1/14/2020

Jan

13

TLO ADVANCED Behavioral Threat Assessment: Preventing the Active Shooter

TIME: 8:00am - 5:00pm

LOCATION:Demergasso-Bava Hall (DBH), Room 167, CSU Stanislaus 1 University Circle, Turlock, CA 95382

AUDIENCE:

DETAILS:This course is designed to teach an evidence and research-based behavioral threat assessment methodology to equip law enforcement and security stakeholders with the skills and tools necessary to identify potentially violent individuals, assess the risks they pose of engaging in targeted violence, proactively manage the risk, and prevent violent attacks that include active shooter and mass casualty events.

OBJECTIVES:

  • Fundamentals of behavioral threat assessment
  • Threat identification, including warning behaviors which potentially indicate a subject is on the pathway to violence to carry out a targeted violent attack
  • Application of behavioral threat assessment techniques in a variety of contexts and environments including (but not limited to) the workplace, schools, places of worship, public spaces, and other potentially vulnerable areas in the community.

COST: Free

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10/22/2019 to 1/15/2020

Jan

14

TLO ADVANCED Behavioral Threat Assessment: Preventing the Active Shooter

TIME: 8:00am - 5:00pm

LOCATION:Fowler, CA (Exact location will be provided after registration)

AUDIENCE:

DETAILS:This course is designed to teach an evidence and research-based behavioral threat assessment methodology to equip law enforcement and security stakeholders with the skills and tools necessary to identify potentially violent individuals, assess the risks they pose of engaging in targeted violence, proactively manage the risk, and prevent violent attacks that include active shooter and mass casualty events.

OBJECTIVES:

  • Fundamentals of behavioral threat assessment
  • Threat identification, including warning behaviors which potentially indicate a subject is on the pathway to violence to carry out a targeted violent attack
  • Application of behavioral threat assessment techniques in a variety of contexts and environments including (but not limited to) the workplace, schools, places of worship, public spaces, and other potentially vulnerable areas in the community.

COST: Free

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11/19/2019 to 1/16/2020

Jan

15

Surviving an Active Threat - Run. Hide. Fight.

TIME: 8:00am - 5:00pm

LOCATION:2409 Dean Street, McClellan CA 95652

AUDIENCE: Because of the nature of active threat incidents, this course is open to anyone who works, visits, lives, or frequents places such as schools, houses of worship, malls, offices, or government offices.

DETAILS:This course addresses the Run. Hide. Fight. response paradigm and guides non-traditional first responders in the various ways these methods can be employed. Because active threat incidents can occur anywhere, participants are encouraged to apply principles from this course to plans and procedures in their workplaces. The course covers the basic principles of the response paradigm as it pertains to response in the event of an active threat incident.

ONLY ABOUT 20 SPACES LEFT

COST: Free

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11/13/2019 to 1/29/2020

Jan

28

Human Trafficking Awareness

TIME: 8:00am - 5:00pm

LOCATION:Chico, CA (Exact location will be provided after registration)

AUDIENCE:

DETAILS:This entry level overview to human trafficking, in all of its forms, will aid in establishing awareness throughout the private sector. Industries impacted by human trafficking, include but are not limited to: travel and tourism, retail, theme parks, restaurants, hospitals and medical services, agricultural related businesses, and more. Ending modern day slavery and assisting victims of human trafficking begins with awareness.

“What is HT?” and “How do your employees currently respond to suspected incidents of HT?” Participants will identify techniques used by traffickers, including fraud, threats, coercion and overall deceit. Runaway Girl will empower and strengthen the local survivor voice, by engaging local survivors in the training and utilizing their expertise to identify areas known for trafficking, as well as common tactics used by traffickers. Each participant will also answer the question, “Do I know how to identify and respond to human trafficking in all of its forms?” and “Do I know how to share this same information with others?”

OBJECTIVES:

  • Obtain a foundation of understanding via the A-B-C Framework: Awareness – Belief – Capacity
  • Definitions and overview of Modern Day Slavery, HT 101, CSE-C and Labor Trafficking
  • The influence media plays on youth psychology with respect to trafficking
  • What to watch for, what to be aware of, and how to identify; utilizing case studies/testimonials by victims of human trafficking
  • “Belief” regarding the abuse and/or harm that trafficking causes
  • Introduction to mind control and undue influence in Human Trafficking Cases
  • Reality, when services and programs are not available
  • Grassroots efforts such as The GRACE Network, Neet’s Sweets, Sowers Education Group, etc.

COST: Free

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