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CYBERSECURITY – THE NEW REALITY

The growing threat to our economy & privacy

Promotional Partner:

FBI Los Angeles Citizens 

Academy Alumni Association

Supporting Effective Crime 

Prevention Programs & 

Safety Initiatives

When

Wednesday, May 23, 2018 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM PDT

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Where

Andrei’s Restaurant
2607 Main Street
Irvine, CA 92614

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FEATURED SPEAKERS



Bryan Cunningham
UCI Cyber Security Policy & Research Institute
Panelist


Richard Franzi
UAuthor of Critical Mass
for Business
Moderator


SSA Bryan Willett
FBI Los Angeles
Field Office
Panelist


David Coher
Southern Califor Edison
Panelist

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Andrei’s Restaurant

Part of living in the digital era is understanding that our private information is more vulnerable than ever before. Stories about ID theft and data breaches abound, with the effects being felt by millions. While companies and institutions are constantly working to protect themselves with increasing security measures, you can play a role in this fight as well.

Join the OC Forum on Wednesday, May 23, as we hear from expert panelists on the importance of cybersecurity and how it can affect you – event moderator will be Richard Franzi, author of Critical Mass for Business.

We look forward to seeing you,
info@ocforum.org
949-588-9884

About Orange County Forum

The OC Forum is the County’s premiere, nonpartisan current affairs organization. The Forum brings the community together to exchange ideas and discuss public policy issues with the most knowledgeable and distinguished leaders. Through the financial support of our generous sponsors, the Forum seeks to elevate public discussion and inspire all stakeholders to find realistic solutions to the challenging and complex issues of the day.

www.OCForum.org

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InfraGard Los Angeles
Training Opportunity

Drone Awareness and Planning (DAP)

Monday, 21 May 2018
1 p.m.

Downtown Los Angeles, California

(Exact Location Provided
Once Registration is Completed)

 

Register Here

 

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InfraGard Los Angeles
Training Opportunity

Mass Violence in Schools Prevention (MVSP)

Monday, 21 May 2018

Morning Session

Downtown Los Angeles, California

We are all stunned by the deadly attack in Parkland, Florida. Now is a chance to do something, learn about the threat and how we can help prevent it from happening here.

MVSP is a 3 ½ hour seminar tailored for schools and the community built on proven learning concepts used in such courses as the highly successful Infrastructure Liaison Officer (ILO), TRAPP (Terrorism Recognition, Awareness and Prevention Partnership) and a variety of both public and private sector training over the last fifteen years.

The Learning Objectives cover key knowledge areas such as:

  • Unique Characteristics of a School or Educational Environment
  • Awareness and Understanding of Potential Threatsof Mass Violence
  • Recognition of Pre-Incident Indicators and EarlyWarning Signs
  • Responsible Reporting of Suspicious Activity
  • Actions to Take When a Potential Threat is Recognize

The MVSP seminar provides critical knowledge and assessment skills necessary in the school environment aimed at early identification and timely reporting of suspicious activity to enhance effective intervention or mitigation of potential violent threats. These threats are often called “active shooters”, but they are actually violent “mass killers.”

Register Here

 

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Special Agent eligibility requirements can be found here: https://fbijobs.gov/career-paths/special-agents.

The Link to the DAR talent network can be found here: https://apply.fbijobs.gov/psp/ps/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?SiteId=1&FolderPath=PORTAL_ROOT_OBJECT.HC_HRS_CE_GBL2&IsFolder=false&IgnoreParamTempl=FolderPath%2cIsFolder.

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The FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office is pleased to announce a Diversity Agent Recruitment (DAR) event, Tuesday, May 9. The FBI is looking to attract prospective candidates from diverse backgrounds who may be interested in the Special Agent position, or other professional careers.

Deadline to apply is May 1, 2017. Questions can be directed to a LAFO applicant recruiter at: LosAngelesApplicants@ic.fbi.gov.

Special Agent eligibility requirements can be found here: Click here.

The Link to the DAR talent network can be found here: Click Here.


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FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Alumni Association (FBI LA CAAA)

2017 BOARD ELECTIONS RESULTS

We are pleased to officially announce and welcome the  FBI LOS ANGELES CITIZENS ACADEMY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION NEWLY ELECTED BOARD of DIRECTORS:

Andrea Wilson
Adnan Khan

Dean Koukos

Nicholas Rumanes 

They are joining the current Board of Directors:
TOMMY PAPA

DEAN COCHRAN

DIANA KELLY

DAVID EISMAN

ISSA EDAH-TALLY

WARNER CARR

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE NEW BOARD AND ALL THE CANDIDATES!
We look forward to another exciting year!

* Please do not hesitate to contact Board Chairman Omar Siddiqui at osiddiqui@usllp.com or President Michael Waiters  mewinsplnr@aol.com should you have any questions.

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FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Could Use Your Help

Dear Members of FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Alumni Association,

We are asking you to send your mailing address to Tommy Papa our VP of Membership so we may send you a ballot to vote for the new board of directors. You can send it to tommy.papa@fbilacaaa.org. We appreciate all of your help in making the organization great.

Kind Regards,
FBILACAAA Board of Directors

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CYBER-SECURITY

You are invited to join the FBI and CIA for a joint presentation on

CYBER SECURITY

Date: Thursday, Feb. 16th 2017,
Time: 6:30pm to 7:30pm – Formal Presentations
7:30 to 9:00pm – Q&A, Networking
Location: Loyola Marymount University
1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles 90024
(Specific auditorium will be provided upon RVSP confirmation)

Please RSVP (space is limited) by Monday, Feb. 13th to Diane Gonzalez, Diane.Gonzalez@ic.fbi.gov. Dinner will be provided. No group RSVP’s allowed. Each person must RSVP individually.

 

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CYBER-SECURITY

You are invited to join the FBI and CIA for a joint presentation on

CYBER SECURITY

Date: Tuesday, January 24th 2017,
Time: 6:30pm to 7:30pm – Formal Presentations
7:30 to 9:00pm – Q&A, Networking
Location: OC Family Justice Center
150 W. Vermont Ave.
Anaheim, CA 92805

Please RSVP (space is limited) by January 18th to Diane Gonzalez, Diane.Gonzalez@ic.fbi.gov. Dinner will be provided. Free Parking in lot behind building

 

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WOMEN IN LAW ENFORCEMENT & FEDERAL SERVICE

Law Enforcement:
A Career Like No Other

Information Panel & Networking Session

 

Date: Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Time: 7:00pm – 8:30 pm
Location: Orange County (Address will be provided after RSVP is Confirmed)

 

**The panel will consist of DEA, HHS-OIG, HSI and FBI Women in Law Enforcement. Come learn what it is like to be a Special Agent, the application process and what led these women to choose a career in Federal Law Enforcement

***Check in will begin at 6:10 pm and end promptly at 6:50 pm to allow for seating. Please arrive on time. Please RSVP @ https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-in-law-enforcement-federal-service-tickets-31729402497 no later than February 23rd. Seating is limited.

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crime vs terrorism

    A discussion moderated by Rear Admiral Tim Sullivan, USCG, Ret.

Tuesday, February 28, 2017: 1:00 pm — 4:00 pm

 

DESCRIPTION:
Join the Transportation Sector in an interactive talk about criminal activity in our supply chains and how fighting crime is a sandbox to counter terrorism. Rear Admiral Tim Sullivan, USCG, Ret., will guide the discussion with a focus on supply chain security at our seaports.

LOCATION:
The meeting will take place in Port of Los Angeles area. For security purposes, the exact location will be announced solely to cleared registrants.

ARGET AUDIENCE:
Business leaders; Federal, State, County & Local Law Enforcement and Intelligence officers; US Military; Academics; private security professionals; and all members of InfraGard

INFRAGARD MEMBER REGISTRATION:
Members will receive an invitation e-mail from Eventbrite & a link in the Daily Brief. If you have any registration issues, please e-mail jcampbell@infragardlosangeles.org

NON-INFRAGARD MEMBER REGISTRATION:
Please e-mail jcampbell@infragardlosangeles.org with the following information: your full name; employer; job title; how you learned of the course

Documentation of submission of your InfraGard membership application (applications available at https://www.infra(tard.org/Application/General/NewApplication)
Lunch is not included. There is no charge for this event.
Questions: Contact the Transportation Sector Chief tdimascio@infragardlosangeles.org

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2017 FBI Los Angeles Teen Academy

2017 FBI Los Angeles Teen Academy

The FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office is accepting applications for the 2017 Westwood Teen Academy, 11000 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, 90024, Ronald Williams C-206 Conference Room, on Saturday, March 11, 2017, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

If you are a high school student, between 15 to 18 years of age, with a GPA of 3.5 or higher, and residing in the Los Angeles Field Office area, you are welcome to apply to the Teen Academy. Space is limited to 50 students and acceptance is not guaranteed. Application packages are currently available at www.fbi.gov/losangeles, click on Community Outreach, and scroll to Teen Academy.

Interested students should complete and submit the required application and materials via e-mail to Katherine.Gulotta@ic.fbi.gov or via U.S. mail to the FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office, Attention: COS Katherine Gulotta, Office of Public and Congressional Affairs, 11000 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1700, Los Angeles, California, 90024. Applications must be received by 4:00 p.m., Wednesday, February 15, 2017, for panel review. Incomplete and late applications will not be accepted.

Due to the vast diversity in our workforce, any student with an interest in the FBI, what we do and how a relationship with the FBI can help their school is encouraged to apply. All students will be evaluated based on their essay and application (GPA, school activities and community involvement) to determine which students will be offered a seat in the class. None of the above elements will be the sole basis of evaluation of an application and the application process should be taken seriously by all applicants. The program is not exclusive to students only interested in criminal justice.

Punctuality, professional behavior and appropriate dress code will be required of all students attending this program.

The Teen Academy offers insight into a number of topics and specialties including the importance of making good choices when using online communication platforms, what violations of federal law the FBI investigates, what is required of all FBI applicants, and the FBI’s domestic and international roles. Students will also enjoy numerous hands-on experiences involving specialized areas of the FBI, such as the Evidence Response Team. After completing the class, students are more aware of challenges their communities face, better understand how the FBI serves their region, and are better prepared to mentor their peers.

The FBI’s Citizens Academy Alumni Association, Los Angeles Chapter, generously sponsors lunch for all students in attendance. Further directions are included in the application packet.

About

The FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Alumni Association is a community based and supported organization, distinct and separate from the FBI, designed to promote a safer community through community service projects and a process of educating business, labor, media, medical, minority, religious, government, senior citizens, and other community leaders about law enforcement, with particular emphasis on the mission, resources, and limitations of the FBI.

Each member of the FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Association is a graduate of an 8-week FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Association curriculum which focuses on federal law enforcement issues and challenges. Graduates of the curriculum are eligible for participation in the FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Alumni Association. That network of alumni meets periodically to update graduates on local and global emerging issues.

FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Alumni Association is
Organized as a 501 (C)(3) under the I.R.S codes
Tax ID Number: 46-1200028
Organiztion #: C3509347
Date of Incorporation: October 4, 2011

About

The FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Alumni Association is a community based and supported organization, distinct and separate from the FBI, designed to promote a safer community through community service projects and a process of educating business, labor, media, medical, minority, religious, government, senior citizens, and other community leaders about law enforcement, with particular emphasis on the mission, resources, and limitations of the FBI.

Each member of the FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Association is a graduate of an 8-week FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Association curriculum which focuses on federal law enforcement issues and challenges. Graduates of the curriculum are eligible for participation in the FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Alumni Association. That network of alumni meets periodically to update graduates on local and global emerging issues.

FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Alumni Association is
Organized as a 501 (C)(3) under the I.R.S codes
Tax ID Number: 46-1200028
Organiztion #: C3509347
Date of Incorporation: October 4, 2011

About

The FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Alumni Association is a community based and supported organization, distinct and separate from the FBI, designed to promote a safer community through community service projects and a process of educating business, labor, media, medical, minority, religious, government, senior citizens, and other community leaders about law enforcement, with particular emphasis on the mission, resources, and limitations of the FBI.

Each member of the FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Association is a graduate of an 8-week FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Association curriculum which focuses on federal law enforcement issues and challenges. Graduates of the curriculum are eligible for participation in the FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Alumni Association. That network of alumni meets periodically to update graduates on local and global emerging issues.

FBI Los Angeles Citizens Academy Alumni Association is
Organized as a 501 (C)(3) under the I.R.S codes
Tax ID Number: 46-1200028
Organiztion #: C3509347
Date of Incorporation: October 4, 2011