Last week, the InfraGard National Members Alliance, a collaborative effort between the Federal Bureau of Investigation and private sector cyber security professionals, announced that Dyann Bradbury has been elected president of the organization. Kathleen Kiernan was also reelected as chairman of the INMA board of directors.
The former president and vice president of the InfraGard Nebraska Members Alliance, Bradbury has served numerous positions within the INMA including InfraGard Regional Representative for the West, vice president of regional communications, and as a member of the board of directors.
Bradbury succeeds outgoing President Ron Dick, who said that the incoming president has what it takes to help the organization move forward.
“As President of the INMA, I worked with Dyann for over 18 months. Dyann is very hardworking and knowledgeable regarding infrastructure protection issues,” he said. “More importantly, she is very dedicated to improving the security of our nation. Her service at both the local and national levels of the InfraGard Program has prepared her well to lead us moving forward.”
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