InfraGard is a national information-sharing program between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the private sector.

Each InfraGard chapter is geographically linked with an FBI Field Office, providing all stakeholders immediate access to experts from law enforcement, industry, academic institutions and other federal, state and local government agencies.

At its core, InfraGard’s strength and effectiveness is based upon the subject matter expertise of its trusted membership. An InfraGard member is a private-sector volunteer with an inherent concern for national security. Driven to protect their own industry and further motivated to share their professional and personal knowledge to safeguard the country, InfraGard members connect to a national network of Subject Matter Experts, communicate with federal law enforcement and government agencies through their local InfraGard chapters, and contribute to the security and protection of our national infrastructure from threats and attacks. It stops at government agencies.


InfraGard provides for an organizational and relationship‐based trust to foster more effective collaboration and information exchange between the private and public sector.


InfraGard is a partnership open to the public, private sector, critical infrastructure, and public sector whose member’s identities are confirmed by the FBI to enable a trusted national exchange for efficient information sharing.


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InfraGard brings both public and private sector organizations together in an effort to ensure both are contributing to the conversation through a cooperative approach.