“My years spent as an InfraGard Member have shown me the importance of collaboration between the Private Sector and the Government. I’ve witnessed how streamlined this communication can be when channels are open and there is a mutual enthusiasm for collaboration.“
– (IHMA Member, Transportation Sector)
Welcome to InfraGard Houston! Founded in 1996, InfraGard is a
non-profit volunteer organization with the mission of promoting ongoing
dialogue and timely communication between members and the FBI concerning the
security of, vulnerabilities in, and threats to the 16 U.S. national key asset
and critical infrastructure entities defined by Presidential Policy Directive
(PPD)-21. InfraGard members are provided with information to assist them in
protecting critical infrastructure assets. In turn, they are encouraged to
provide information to the FBI, thereby facilitating its responsibilities to
detect, deter, and investigate acts of terrorism and other crimes.
Incorporated in May 2006, the InfraGard Houston Chapter is proud
to be the largest chapter in the United States with over 3,800 members and 14
established Cross-Sector Councils. Our Chapter hosts chapter and cross-sector council
meetings with presentations from the FBI and industry subject matter experts
highlighting relevant case studies and topics. We have a vibrant and active
membership dedicated to the InfraGard mission to collaborate with the FBI and
each other in order to safeguard our national interests.
There are many rewarding opportunities and ways members can be involved in our Chapter as leaders, presenters, sponsors, and subject matter experts. As our partnership with the FBI has grown in importance, we are uniquely positioned to offer our membership the opportunity to contribute to the protection of our nation’s industries and communities. We invite you to join us and be an advocate for InfraGard and our Chapter!
InfraGard Houston Members Alliance President
InfraGard Houston Alliance is a non-profit organization serving as a public-private partnership among U.S. businesses, individuals involved in the protection and resilience of U.S. critical infrastructures, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.