Oregon InfraGard

Enabling collaboration and communication between the FBI and private sector for the protection of critical infrastructure

Infragard Inaugural Leadership Members Alliance Academy, President Robert

Message From The President

The InfraGard Oregon Membership Alliance exists to bring together people with an interest in protecting our nation’s critical infrastructure to communicate and share their knowledge. Our members represent state and local government, utilities, retail organizations, information technology firms, and other private industry companies with a stake in the resilience of the modern-day systems that most of us, myself included, take for granted. This unique partnership with the FBI enables us to build valuable relationships with, learn from, and share information with our federal partners.

If your business or organizations delivers a critical service to the public, I encourage you to learn more about InfraGard.

Robert Brinker
Oregon InfraGard Board Member
An FBI-affiliated 501(c)3 Organization


We appreciate the support of organizations that value the work that Oregon InfraGard does in its mission to further the collaboration and communication between the FBI and its private sector partners.

If you would like to learn about sponsorship opportunities, please contact us using the contact form below.

About InfraGard

InfraGard is a partnership between the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation and the private sector. It is an association of persons who represent businesses, academic institutions, state and local law enforcement agencies, and other participants dedicated to sharing information and intelligence to prevent hostile acts against the U.S. and its critical infrastructure.

Each InfraGard Members Alliance is geographically linked with an FBI Field Office, and provides all stakeholders immediate access to experts from law enforcement, industry, academic institutions, and other federal, state and local government agencies. The information shared within the InfraGard network mitigates threats to our nation’s critical infrastructures and resources.

Collaboration and communication are the keys to protection. Providing timely and accurate information to those responsible for safeguarding our critical infrastructures, even at a local level, is paramount in the fight to protect the United States and its resources.

InfraGard National Members Alliance is a non-profit 501(c)(3) Delaware Corporation. The INMA is comprised of 84 separate 501(c)(3) InfraGard Member Alliances with a membership of more than 50,000 plus Subject Matter Experts, representing our nation’s critical infrastructures.

InfraGard Oregon Members Alliance is a non-profit 501(c)(3) Oregon Corporation with over 370 active members from a variety of public and private sector organizations that support critical infrastructure across the state of Oregon.

Oregon InfraGard Members Alliance

Board of Directors

Bob Brinker


Leslie Ann Kainoa


Seun Peters


Matt Latimer


Rama Balasubramanian


Brian Morgan


Erik Gellatly


John Bartho



Our regularly scheduled December meeting has been cancelled due to scheduling conflicts.  Please save the date for Tuesday, March 31st for our next membership meeting.

Recent Speakers:

  • Q3 2019: General Membership meeting: Gina Gavito, VP of Crisis Management and Business Continuity at Capital Group.  Practical Considerations for an Effective Business Continuity Plan.
  • Q2 2019: General Membership meeting: Andy Thompson, National Customer Success Manager at CyberArk.  Building and Sustaining an Identity & Access Management Program.
  • Q1 2019: General Membership meeting: Lyssette Young,Information Security Manager at Peacehealth.  Information security, privacy considerations, HIPAA and effective security awareness campaigns in health care settings. 
  • Q4 2018: General Membership meeting: David Soto, Executive Director of the Office of the CISO at Optiv.  Big Data Applications for Security. 
  • Q3 2018 General Membership meeting: Sherrie Caltagirone, Executive Director for Global Emancipation Network.  Eradicate Human Trafficking with Data Analytics.
  • Q2 2018 General Membership meeting:  Chad Hunter, Security Operations Analyst for Portland General Electric.  Threat Hunting in Industrial Controls Systems.
  • Q1 2018 General Membership meeting:  Robby Dunn-Bernstein, Senior Intelligence Analyst at Nike and Don Rassler, Director, Combating Terrorism Center at West Point.  Lessons Learned in Physical Security.


Membership in InfraGard Oregon requires membership in our national organization, InfraGard National Members Alliance. Click the link below for more information about membership requirements and to apply.

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