InfraGard Los Angeles Training & Events

2018

Jun

13

Advanced Situational Awareness Training (ASAT)

TIME: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

LOCATION:Hawthorne, CA - Exact location will be provided to registered attendees.

AUDIENCE: Private sector security, Public Safety (Law/Health/Fire), Terrorism Liaison Officers (TLO’s), Medical Liaison Officers (MLO’s), area stakeholders, Critical Infrastructure Sectors, and all InfraGard Los Angeles Members.

DETAILS: Derived from the US Military’s ASAT training this 4-hour course on advanced situational awareness will teach attendees about the human sensory system (five senses and the brain), the six domains of human behavior (heuristics, biometrics, kinesics, proxemics, geographics and atmospherics), principles of GSA (human pace, sign recognition), enhanced observation (why we see things, why we don’t see things, signatures and cues), how to establish a baseline (an initial set of critical observations to confirm the norm of an area), critical thinking (problem-solving, anomaly-detection), decision-making (legal/moral/ethical, observe-orient-decide-act loop, ASA algorithm), how to think like the enemy and how to employ this knowledge and experience to be “left-of-bang.”

COST: $10

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Jun

19

InfraGard Los Angeles Active Shooter Training

TIME: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

LOCATION:PG&E, 6588 Ontario Road, San Luis Obispo, CA

AUDIENCE: Private sector security, Public Safety (Law/Health/Fire), Terrorism Liaison Officers (TLO’s), Medical Liaison Officers (MLO’s), area stakeholders, Critical Infrastructure Sectors, and all InfraGard Los Angeles Members.

DETAILS: The InfraGard Los Angeles Program will be hosting an Active Shooter Presentation in San Luis Obispo County. The event will be held on Tuesday, 06/19/2018, from 1800 - 2000 hours at the PG&E Energy Education Center. The address for this PG&E facility is 6588 Ontario Road, San Luis Obispo, CA. (Please note the facility is located right off the San Luis Bay Drive exit on the 101 Highway)

The Active Shooter Presentation will be provided by San Luis Obispo Police Department Lieutenant Fred Mickel.

COST: Free

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Resources

Report Suspicious Activity
JRIC - Contact the JRIC (Los Angeles Joint Regional Intelligence Center) Critical Infrastructure Protection Working Group. To request a security vulnerability assessment, email JRICCIPCell@jric.org
ICS-CERT - The Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team works to reduce risks within and across all critical infrastructure sectors. https://ics-cert.us-cert.gov/
US-CERT - The US-CERT strives for a safer, stronger Internet for all Americans by responding to major incidents, analyzing threats, and exchanging critical cybersecurity information with trusted partners around the world. https://www.us-cert.gov/
IC3 - The Iinternet Crime Complaint Center accepts online internet crime complaints from either the actual victim or from a third party to the complaint. https://www.ic3.gov/
NCSC - The National Counterintelligence and Security Center provides resources to help keep your organization’s information secure. https://www.ncsc.gov/
CIPWG - The mission of the Critical Infrastructure Protection Working Group is to analyze intelligence related to threats against Critical Infrastructure/Key Resources (CIKR) in the JRIC Are of Responsibility (AoR), conduct security vulnerability assessments at those CIKR sites and conduct outreach to enhance information sharing among public and private partners. http://www.ercot.com/committee/cipwg

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