Open Meeting – October 13, 2017

BGSU at Levis Commons
1655 N Wilkinson Way, Perrysburg, OH 43551

  • 8:00 call to order – welcome
  • 8:15 roll call
    • additional business
    • Invitation to join the board
  • adjourn
  • 8:30 Primer on digital currency – where to get it , where do you use it and should you? Discussion

Closed lunch – August 18, 2017

August 18th

  • Closed lunch session
  • members only
  • open discussion Holiday Inn South – French Quarters

Closed lunch – May 19, 2017

May 19, 2017

  • Closed lunch session
  • members only
  • open discussion Holiday Inn South – French Quarters

LRita – April 13, 2017


  • FBI Special Agent providing opening session
  • Infragard will be hosting a table, Lima, Ohio – Convention Center

Meeting March 10, 2017



Cyber Attack Continuum 03_10_2017 Final Report

Flip Chart Photos from each Sector


Download report here

Meeting – October 28, 2016 – Presenter

Open Meeting held October 28 at BGSU Levis Commons

Brian Schrock presented Bank Card chip and pin technology

Meeting – August 12 – Members Only


Call Meeting to Order August 12, 2016

Presentation to past presidents

SA Scott Halbur, FBI – announcements


Closed Forum Discussion lead by SA Scott Halbur

Sharing information – not to disclose any company names in repeating the discussion

Next Meeting info

October 28 – Time TBD – Bank Card chip and pin technology

Toledo InfraGard General 2016 Information

Meeting Schedule

2016 Meetings will be held in March, May, August, and October.

April 14, 2016 – Infragard of Toledo had a table and Special Agent provided the closing session at the LRITA conference

Speaker Meeting Agenda:
8:00-8:15 – Check-in
8:15-8:30 – Introductions, housekeeping, TIMA business
8:30-10:00 – Speaker with Q&A

Close Session – members only Agenda:

11:30-11:45 – check in and order lunch (optional)
11:45-12:00 – Introductions, housekeeping, TIMA business
12:00-1:00 – Discussion lead by Special Agent FBI

Meeting on March 11, 2016 – Open Meeting

Running a Threat Based Vulnerability Management Program

Security organizations have no problem finding vulnerabilities on enterprise networks – the volume of security data is constantly growing. The greater challenge is sifting through this data to determine which of these vulnerabilities pose the greatest risk to the business, and prioritizing remediation efforts. Using available threat data and performing attack path analysis enables a strategic, threat-based approach to vulnerability management and remediation.

Presenter – Ryan Whalen

Ryan is the Ohio Sales Engineer at Tenable Network Security, where he works with customers on leveraging Tenable’s products to improve their security programs.  Ryan has worked in the information security industry for over 10 years and has assisted many enterprises in improving their vulnerability management programs.  Prior to joining Tenable, Ryan was an IT Risk Manager at Nationwide Insurance and a principal security consultant at Jacadis (

About Tenable Network Security

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