INFRAGARD PHILADELPHIA TRAINING CONFERENCE
JUNE 8, 2012
8:00 AM TO 4:00 PM
PFIZER CONFERENCE CENTER, COLLEGEVILLE, PA
STATE ROUTE 29 JUST NORTH OF STATE ROUTE 422
It's time for our annual, all day training conference; a premier opportunity to hear the latest in security issues and solutions and to network with other security specialists. This year an eclectic group of knowledgeable speakers will address Cyber Technical and Policy, Law Enforcement, Physical Security, and a number of additional professional practices.
Pfizer is contributing the use of their substantial training facilities along with pleasant refreshments and a scrumptious lunch. Participant cost is a minimal $20.00 which will help the chapter defray costs moving forward. CPE credits will be available for attendees. Please note that there will be no refunds. You do not need to be an InfraGard member to attend.
Our day will begin 8:00 a.m. with check-in and a continental breakfast, and continue until our last session to conclude at 3:20. For a complete description of the day, including speaker biographies and session abstracts, please click here. Please note, you will have 10 minutes to check-out once registration begins; please make your class selections before starting the process.
Please be sure to take the time to visit our vendors throughout the day; this event would not be possible without their support.
ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS REGARDING THIS CONFERENCE CAN BE DIRECTED TO Board@philadelphiainfragard.org
When & Where
InfraGard is a Partnership between Private Industry and the U.S. government (represented by the FBI). The InfraGard initiative was developed to encourage the exchange of information by the government and the private sector members.
Private sector members and an FBI field representative form local area chapters. These chapters set up their own boards to govern and share information within the membership. Each chapter is also part of an organization which is InfraGard.
The National InfraGard Program began as a pilot project in 1996, when the Cleveland FBI Field Office asked local computer professionals to assist the FBI in determining how to better protect critical information systems in the public and private sectors. From this new partnership, the first InfraGard Chapter was formed to address both cyber and physical threats.