Infragard looking for physical members
WASHINGTON--Infragard, a national information-sharing program between the FBI and the public, has been primarily focused on data security in the past, but a spokesman for the program said at a Security Network event in early May that there is a new push toward members with a physical security background.
Currently, Infragard members gain access to information and experts on topics of computer intrusion and infrastructure vulnerabilities, but the program would like to branch out into other related topics. Sixty eight of the Fortune 100 companies have an Infragard member, and all citizens are eligible for the program following an application and background check. Visit www.infragard.net for details.