Since 2019, InfraGard NH,Concord, New Hampshire Jan 19, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – part of the FBI’s National InfraGard Program, has achieved new membership growth of 43%, expanding our network and intelligence-gathering capabilities throughout NH. Our organization now represents businesses, academic institutions, state and local law enforcement agencies, and other participants dedicated to gathering and sharing information and intelligence to prevent hostile acts against the citizens of our region and the United States of America.
This growth and our 2023 initiatives are supported by our 2022-2023 Platinum Sponsor, New Hampshire-based, Right Networks. Right Networks serves over 10,000 accounting firms, 60,000 small businesses, and 250,000 users who look to Right Networks to help manage their businesses every day.
This year, in alignment with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, InfraGard’s new president Jason Sgro, and Right Networks Sr. Director of Security, Risk & Compliance, Brian Rae, met to discuss the 2023 mission areas of focus. Jason says:
“With the generous support of our sponsors, our mission this year will focus on four of the most direct threats to our state, including Cyber-Terrorism against the New Hampshire critical infrastructure, Human Trafficking within our state and online, homemade explosive devices, including 3D printed devices capable of delivering lethal payloads, and drug trafficking, including the distribution and use of fentanyl in NH.”
Today InfraGard represents one of the largest and most capable data-sharing networks in New Hampshire. There are numerous opportunities to participate in our intelligence network and help protect the state through our public-private partnerships. For more information on both organizations, please visit us at www.infragardnh.org and www.rightnetworks.com
Source :InfraGard NH
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