On behalf of the InfraGard Arkansas Member’s Alliance (IAMA) Executive Officers I would like to personally welcome you to our chapter. Our purpose and primary objective is to increase the security of the United States national infrastructures through ongoing exchanges of information relevant to infrastructure protection and through education, outreach, and similar efforts to increase awareness of infrastructure protection issues. The IAMA provides an opportunity for the exchange of ideas and information about security practices between industry, government and academia. We host quarterly seminars around the state to accommodate our membership geographically and encourage new guests to attend. These seminars are available for you to attend at no charge, continuing education hours are available for attendees, and guests are permitted to attend until the final portion of the day knowns as a closed member share time.
In order for our chapter to serve as pillar in the security of our communities, state and nation, we encourage you to get involved. Within our chapter there are a variety of ways to connect with others in your field to share knowledge such as our 16 critical infrastructure sectors. These sectors include: Emergency Services, Communications, Information Technology, Transportation, Water & Waste Water, Chemical, Commercial Facilities, Dams, Defense Industrial Base, Energy, Financial Services, Food & Agriculture, Health Care, Nuclear Reactors, Government Facilities, and Critical Manufacturing.
We look forward to the opportunity of sharing information that will help us all stay abreast of potential threats.
InfraGard Arkansas Members Alliance (IAMA) President
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Welcome to Arkansas InfraGard chapter! I’ve had the privilege of being the InfraGard Coordinator for one year. It’s been quite a trip learning the job and working with our chapter’s leadership. I’m an eleven year veteran of the FBI with my first nine years served in the New York City office. I’m originally from Texas so Arkansas is (finally) a breath of fresh air! I’ve worked a variety of areas to include organized crime, drug-trafficking organizations, counter-terrorism and now cyber crimes. I look forward to working with our leadership and our members in order to strengthen the InfraGard program for the citizens of Arkansas.
In an effort to support the protection of the critical infrastructure and key resources, the chapter is organized into 16 critical infrastructure sectors. This provides focus for the membership on the issues of the unique characteristics and conditions of each sector.