• LooksTooGoodToBeTrue.com
    Website aims to educate consumers and help prevent people from becoming a victim of an internet fraud.
  • StaySafeOnline.org
    Internet security and safety awareness play a critical part in helping to protect adults, teenagers, children, small businesses and our nation's critical infrastructure from cyber attack.

Welcome and congratulations for taking the first step to building a safer and more secure Country by joining a tremendous organization with 84 InfraGard Member Alliances, representing all 16 sectors of our Nation’s critical infrastructures. These are selfless men and women who choose to volunteer their time, their knowledge, and their experience to make a difference through collaboration, the sharing of best practices and building relationship based on trust to protect critical infrastructure from physical and cyber threats. If you are already a member, thank you! If not, what are you waiting for?


Critical Infrastructure Sector Founder Partners

Critical Infrastructure Sector Founder Partners are corporations who either through a sense of patriotism, vested economic interest or other affirmative motivation have a special interest in one critical sector and want to directly contribute to its success by directly assisting the Sector Chief program, providing Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) or other critical knowledge, by providing resources that can contribute to the success of InfraGard in protecting one of the 16 specific critical infrastructures. We are proud to have ePlus Technologies http://www.eplus.com/ and Juniper Networks as a Critical Infrastructure Sector Founder Partner.  


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Collaboration for National Infrastructure Protection

From drinking water supplies to communications systems, chemical production processes to agricultural resources, Americans depend on a select group of critical infrastructures to sustain our way of life. Any attempts to harm or destroy these resources would directly impact the security of the United States and its citizens.

Most of these systems and services are owned and operated by private industry. Therefore, the protection of our nation’s infrastructure cannot be accomplished by the federal government alone. It requires coordinated action from numerous stakeholders – including government, the private sector, law enforcement, academia and concerned citizens.


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Benefits of Joining

  • Networking
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