InfraGard Los Angeles Training & Events

2018

Oct.

27

Advanced IED Recognition Course

TIME: 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM OR 11:30 - 2:30 PM (2 presentations)

LOCATION:Los Angeles, CA (exact location will be sent to cleared registrants)

AUDIENCE: InfraGard members, facilities management & front line team members, private sector security, Public Safety (Law/Health/Fire), Terrorism Liaison Officers (TLO’s), Infrastructure Liaison Officers (ILO), Medical Liaison Officers (MLO’s), stakeholders, and Studio/PR/VIP representatives.

DETAILS: Improvised Explosive Devices (IED’s) have evolved over the past 15 years from crude pipe bombs to increasingly sophisticated devices. Both private and public entities need to keep up with the evolution of IED’s, responses and protocols. The briefing objectives are; 1). Raise awareness to new tactics currently utilized by terrorists and criminals in the use of various types of IED’s 2). How Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) works, 3). Pre-Incident Indicators (PII’s) and identification of potential device.

Topics will include:

  1. History of IED use against civilian targets (soft targets)
  2. Recent case studies (from Aliso Viejo package bomb to the Houston, TX serial bomber)
  3. Types of IED’s from large vehicle IEDs, use of drones to deliver IED’s to personal implanted IED’s
  4. Recognition of various types of IEDs.
  5. Response protocols (Do’s and Don’ts).

COST: Free

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Register - 11:30AM SESSION


Nov

8

OSINT; Open Source Intelligence Exploitation Course

TIME: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

LOCATION:Carpenteria, CA; the exact location will be announced to cleared registrants prior to date of training.

AUDIENCE: InfraGard Members, Public Safety (Law/Health/Fire), Terrorism Liaison Officers (TLO’s), Infrastructure Liaison Officers (ILO’s), Private Sector Security, Area Stakeholders, all Critical Infrastructure Sectors, Intelligence Analysts, Intelligence Officers and Private Investigators.

DETAILS: This course identifies and demonstrates numerous free online resources that can aid internet researchers in solving both technical and non-technical investigations. Participants will be shown how to “dig” into the internet for personal information about any target. While popular social media sites are covered in detail (including techniques that legally access some “hidden” content), the presentation goes much deeper into the vast resources available online for researching information. Additionally, instructions for identifying local events in real time will be presented in great detail. This course focuses on the most popular social networks and proper retrieval of located information. These sources can also be used to conduct thorough background checks on potential employees. All resources can be applied to domestic and international investigations.

Registration closes November 7th. Registration requests made after this time will not be considered. All guests must register on Eventbrite and be approved by InfraGard Los Angeles. Unregistered guests may not attend. InfraGard Los Angeles reserves the right to cancel any registration at any time or refuse entry of any attendee.

COST: $10

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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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