What is Infragard?
Infragard® is a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) program that began in the Cleveland Field Office in 1996. It was a local effort to gain support from the information technology industry and academia for the FBI’s investigative efforts in the cyber arena. The program expanded to other FBI Field Offices, and in 1998 the FBI assigned national program responsibility for Infragard® to the former National Infrastructure Protection Center (NIPC) and to the Cyber Division in 2003. Infragard® and the FBI have developed a relationship of trust and credibility in the exchange of information concerning various terrorism, intelligence, criminal, and security matters.

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Wednesday March 22nd InfraGard Meeting

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David Condo
Special Agent
Federal Bureau of Investigation

Meet and Greet:
Our new FBI InfraGard Chapter Coordinator

With the departure of SA Rob Warfel (who is headed back to the field), we have a new InfraGard Coordinator. SA David Condo will be taking the reins. He has agreed to come and tell us a little about who he is, what he has done, and where he sees things going forward.


Dan McWhorter
VP and Chief Intelligence Strategist

Russian Hacking:
What is Old Becomes New Again

The Russian Government relies on cyber operations to project its influence abroad, monitor threats to its strategic interests, and secure political and/or military advantages over other nations. Russia has continued to expand its use of cyber space for information operations – specifically to influence Western audiences during periods of political transition. FireEye tracks several threat groups that we believe are based in Russia, including APT28 (aka Tsar Team), APT29 (aka Temp. Monkey), and Turla Team. This talk will describe the Russian cyber threat.

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As always we will have sharing from our law enforcement partners and interaction with our peers.

Sector Chiefs can meet as well.

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You and your Guests. This is NOT a classified briefing. [InfraGard credentialing not required]

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 - 8:30am to noon.
Registration from 8:00 to 8:30 am.

Highlights for Children
1800 Watermark Drive (directions below)

InfraGard Chapter Meeting


David A. Condo, Special Agent, FBI

Special Agent David Condo joined the FBI in 1999. He worked white collar crime and online child exploitation in Baltimore, Maryland for seven years and was a founding member of the FBI’s Innocent Images International Task Force. He then worked for four years at FBI Headquarters in Washington DC in the Directorate of Intelligence and the Office of Professional Responsibility. He moved to Phoenix, Arizona in 2010 to supervise a white collar crime squad, and in 2015 he moved to Alaska to manage all criminal investigations and administrative matters in the Anchorage Division. He returned to his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio in October 2016.

Dan McWhorter, VP and Chief Intelligence Strategist, FireEye

Dan McWhorter is the Chief Intelligence Strategist at FireEye and is a Vice President. He is responsible for developing the corporation’s strategy on threat intelligence utilization. Previous to his current role, he had responsibility for both FireEye and Mandiant’s Threat Intelligence teams where his teams created many detailed threat intelligence reports including Mandiant’s groundbreaking APT1 report.
Dan is a member of the inaugural Health Care Industry Cybersecurity Task Force. The task force consists of 21 experts selected by the Secretary of HHS in coordination with DHS and NIST. The task force is looking across industries and sectors to find the best ways organizations of all types are keeping data secure, and it will report its findings and recommendations specific to healthcare to Congress in 2017.
Dan is a graduate of the National Security Agency’s (NSA) three-year Cryptologic Mathematics Program. He also has a Master’s of Science degree and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Mathematics.

Directions to meeting location:
Highlights for Children is located northwest of the intersection of I-670 and Grandview Avenue, If you are coming west on I-670, Watermark Drive is a continuation of the exit ramp to Grandview Ave. If coming east on I-670, Watermark is the first traffic light (left) north of the exit ramp. You can also catch Watermark Drive running south from Dublin Road just west of Grandview Avenue, or running west from Grandview Avenue just south of Dublin Road.

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