MI InfraGard – Feb. 4, 2014 Quarterly Meeting -
Davenport University Grand Rapids, Lansing, Livonia and Warren Campuses, as well as Marquette (UP) location
Davenport University will be hosting the event and broadcasting the speaker's content to all locations. Please sign up to attend at the most convenient location near you. This is open to non-members.
Cost: Free Date: Tues, Feb.4, 2014 Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm (Registration and continental breakfast from 8:30 am - 9:00 am) Locations: Davenport University (DU) Grand Rapids - Lettinga Campus Sneden Center Meeting Hall 3, DU Lansing - Room 204, DU Warren – (North Building Room 313) - Livonia - Inquire at reception desk for room location - Marquette (UP) - Northern Michigan University. Please follow the signage at each location.
Theme: Securing Our Information Technology
Presenters will be: SAC Tom Winterhalter, FBI
Mark Stanislav – Two-Factor Authentication: A Primer
Josh Little - A Cascade of Pebbles: How Small Incident Response Mistakes Make for Big Compromises
Please register to attend at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mi-infragard-quarterly-meeting-tickets-8978634337
Michigan - Michigan Members Alliance InfraGard Chapter is a Public-Private Partnership for professional networking and mutual aid. In the Michigan - Michigan Members Alliance InfraGard Chapter, you will find an amazing breadth and depth of resources led by a diverse set of knowledgeable experts whom you can access to help solve your business problems and plan the future of your enterprise. You will meet people from industry, government and academia at our members meetings. You can anticipate their cooperation later, in confidence and with privacy. It is the people of InfraGard that make it work.
Michigan - Michigan Members Alliance InfraGard brings you face-to-face with regional expertise, while connecting you to the resources of the FBI and DHS. Through the FBI, members have access to information that is not available to the general public, from intelligence base encompassing multiple government agencies, national, and global sources.
Michigan - Michigan InfraGard is a resource for education and awareness. Monthly meetings with expert speakers provide an opportunity to identify crosscutting issues about all critical infrastructures which include telecommunications, energy, banking and finance, transportation, water systems and emergency services, both governmental and private.
The leaders of the Michigan - Michigan Members Alliance InfraGard are convinced that secure business systems will come only from the balancing of physical, operational and information security. This balance and planning to achieve it, is the cornerstone of our meeting's initiatives. InfraGard complements and extends the reach of other, already successful, private organizations (ASIS, ISSA, ISACA, etc.), carrying their leadership and sound practices to a wider regional audience.
Michigan - Michigan Members Alliance InfraGard is part of a secure, private reporting system. InfraGard members across the nation are linked to each other and to the FBI by the Bureau's secure "alert network." Companies can anonymously report incidents to all other members without fear of publicizing their vulnerability. The FBI provides encryption software developed to protect information exchange among members.
Questions about InfraGard and InfraGard Michigan - Michigan Members Alliance may be addressed to the FBI InfraGard Coordinator at Patricia.Rossiter@leo.gov