New York Metro InfraGard Members Alliance

InfraGard® is a proactive collaboration between the FBI and the private sector to protect our nation's Critical Infrastructure.

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Infragard Portal

Issues Accessing InfraGard.Org?

We all forget to renew our passwords now and then, so if you are having trouble accessing the InfraGard.Org secure member web portal, please contact <InfraGardTeam@fbi.gov>.



Call for Nominations for 2022-2023!

We are excited to announce that the nomination period for the upcoming 2022-2023 term is now open! We will be accepting applications from chapter members in good standing who are interested in serving as an Officer of NYM INFRAGARD. Members may nominate another member or nominate themselves for: President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, Membership Coordinator.

The nomination committee members that have been approved by the Board of Directors are:
Dora Gomez, Chairperson
Jennifer Rothstein, Co-Chair
John Franci, NYM Board of Director
Ed Sakon, NYM Member
Kevin McGirk, NYM Member

If interested, please submit an application form with a resume to: nominating@nym-infragard.us. In order to request an application form, email us at: nominating@nym-infragard.us. The Nominations Committee will schedule virtual interviews with all candidates.

The nomination period closes at 5:00 pm EST on November 23, 2021.

Thank you for considering this opportunity to support our chapter's mission and contribute to the growth of NYM INFRAGARD.



Reporting Guidelines

A cyber incident is an event that could jeopardize the confidentiality, integrity, or availability of digital information or information systems. Cyber incidents resulting in significant damage are of particular concern to the Federal Government. Accordingly, victims are encouraged to report all cyber incidents that may:
  • result in a significant loss of data, system availability, or control of systems
  • impact a large number of victims
  • indicate unauthorized access to, or malicious software present on, critical information technology systems
  • affect critical infrastructure or core government functions
  • impact national security, economic security, or public health and safety.
Click below to learn more about incident reporting guidelines!

Cyber Incident Reporting      Threat Guide

InfraGard 25th Anniversary Challenge Coin

InfraGard 25th Anniversary Challenge Coins can be purchased in person at any of our NY Metro InfraGard summits. Cost is $15 per coin.


Participate

Government, business, and individual participation in the FBI's InfraGard Program continually unifies efforts to protect and enhance our nation's critical infrastructure. Members of these communities are encouraged to share their industry's workflow, lessons learned, and best practices through social and business-related events.


Learn Essential Info

InfraGard offers valuable learning opportunities throughout the City of New York as well as online. NY Metro InfraGard Alliance has hosted hundreds of on-location events in places such as the NY FBI Field Office, Federal Reserve Bank of NY, Morgan Stanley, Cisco Systems Inc., utility companies, universities, and many others.


Protect Our Infrastructure

Individuals protect our country! One person can make a difference. Since our nation is comprised of systems (people, businesses, buildings, highways, farms, communications, etc.), it is important to sustain and continually improve system operations. One way to ensure these systems continue to benefit the people, is to protect them from natural disaster, human error or terror; and set up recovery actions in the event misfortune cannot be avoided. The protection of our nation is a collaborative effort in which all citizens hold some level responsibility. Your contribution(s) are absolutely invaluable.

Join InfraGard Today!

Our Public Sector Coordinators

FBI Special Agent
Steve Wintonick
Coordinator@nym-infragard.nyc
  DHS Protective Security Advisors
Outreach Contacts
IPRegion2Outreach@hq.dhs.gov
CISAregion2outreach@hq.dhs.gov

The FBI is Hiring

Students and Recent Grads: Visit www.FBIJobs.gov to learn more about the Special Agent career path, FBI Honors Internship Program, Collegiate Hiring Initiative, and other great professional job opportunities. Join our diverse culture of employees for a career like no other.


 

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