NCRIC Private Sector Infrastructure Liaison Officer (ILO) Training

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NCRIC Private Sector Infrastructure Liaison Officer (ILO) Training

Time: August 8, 2012 from 8am to 5pm
Location: The Cannery
Street: 2801 Leavenworth Street, Mezzanine Level
City/Town: San Francisco, CA 94133
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Event Type: training
Organized By: Craig Buehler, NCRIC Private Sector Outreach Program Manager
Latest Activity: Jul 11, 2012

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Event Description

The Infrastructure Liaison Officer (ILO) course is a 1 day class designed to provide an enhanced understanding of the national antiterrorism effort and an overview of the NCRIC and the ILO Program.  An ILO is critical infrastructure private sector employee who has been properly trained by the NCRIC and appointed by
their company as a primary contact with local law enforcement, fire and EMS Terrorism Liaison Officers and personnel at the Northern California Regional
Intelligence Center.  The mission of an ILO is to serve as a trained conduit of information to their local public
sector partners for the protection of their company and community, in protection of our critical infrastructure.

This class is designed for critical infrastructure private sector employees who currently have security, business continuity or emergency management responsibilities.  Attendees must be currently employed by an organization with employees who are current members of the Northern California Regional Intelligence

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