On behalf of the InfraGard Arkansas Member’s Alliance (IAMA) executive officers, we extend a warm welcome to our chapter! As leaders in the field of national security and critical infrastructure protection, our primary focus is to ensure the strategic alignment and cybersecurity of U.S. critical infrastructure with the partnership between FBI and Infragard.
Strategic leadership is at the core of our mission, as we work collaboratively across 16 essential sectors, including transportation, power, banking, healthcare, and others. Our commitment to strategic alignment and cybersecurity is further strengthened through comprehensive education and outreach efforts. All our efforts are supported by FBI and the mentorship provided by FBI is strengthening our efforts and creating one of the most important aspect differentiating Infragard from other organizations.
Through regular exchanges of ideas and updates, we foster a dynamic environment that addresses security measures and concerns in industry, government, and academia. To foster engagement and facilitate knowledge sharing, IAMA hosts quarterly seminars across Arkansas, strategically located to accommodate our diverse membership geographically. These seminars not only provide an opportunity for attendees to earn continuing education hours but also serve as a platform for networking and collaboration among our members.
InfraGard’s membership represents a wide range of professionals dedicated to advancing national security. As the Arkansas IAMA chapter, we aspire to be a security pillar in our communities, state, and nation. We invite you to join us in this important mission. Together, we can make a lasting impact and safeguard our critical infrastructure.
Welcome to InfraGard Arkansas Member’s Alliance!
Albert Veysel Erdag, PhD
InfraGard Arkansas Member’s Alliance (IAMA) President
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Welcome to the Arkansas InfraGard Chapter!
National security is a top priority for those of us involved in this program. The InfraGard Arkansas Member’s Alliance (IAMA) is always looking for opportunities to make this resource more useful. Whether through me or any officer on the IAMA Executive Board, please reach out and provide any ideas or information to make our program what you need it to be.
I have served as a Special Agent in the FBI in numerous capacities for over 17 years. I was recently appointed as the Little Rock FBI Private Sector Coordinator. I look forward to serving the chapter membership.
Joseph A. Skarda
In an effort to support the protection of the critical infrastructure and key resources, the chapter is organized into 16 critical infrastructure sectors. This provides focus for the membership on the issues of the unique characteristics and conditions of each sector.