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February Dinner Program

February 20, 2019
5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
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Hacienda del Sol
5501 N. Hacienda del Sol Road
Tucson, AZ 85718
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Community Resilience, don’t be the next victim.

Learn how to join & leverage some of the FBI’s resources and prestigious affiliated programs with AZ InfraGard and ACTRA to educate and prepare you and your organization in mitigating the ever changing threat landscapes.

Are you concerned about your company’s risks around cyber, network & IT security, fraud exposure, damaging scams, malicious malware attacks or workplace violence incidents? Join us at this upcoming FEAT event for an opportunity to engage, become members of an amazing private and public sector network and build resilience around community resources that can help mitigate you from being the next victim. Join AZ InfraGard (501c3 FBI program) and learn about ACTRA opportunities on how you can help keep your companies name out of the negative news headlines and maintain great relationships with critical infrastructure partners along with our law enforcement community including the FBI. 

We're excited to bring you this informative program and know it will be of great value to you and your team

Who should attend this program?
- C-level Management
- Directors responsible for the consequences of a security breach.
- Supervisors responsible for the company’s potential financial failure due to loss of customer, supplier or employee confidence. 


About our speakers:

Bryn Tierney currently works for Intuit as their Sr. Manager of Risk Monitoring & Controls. Bryn has spent the last 10 years working in the payments and banking industry in AZ for eBay/PayPal and Vantage West Credit Union. He is an experienced Risk Management professional with a demonstrated 16 year history of working in the financial & banking industry. Skilled in Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), Internal Audit, BSA, AML, Law Enforcement, Emergency Management, and Criminal Forensics. Strong investigative managerial professional. Graduated BS from State University of NY majoring in Criminology and earned a MS in Economic Crime Management from Utica College of Syracuse University. Delivering a strong buy in for company culture, beliefs, vision, leading with a never wandering moral compass and ethical approach to life both professionally and personally. Maintains the prestigious Certified Fraud Examination credential (CFE). 


Mr. Frank J. Grimmelmann is President & CEO/Intelligence Liaison Officer for the Arizona Cyber Threat Response Alliance (ACTRA), a non-profit entity that is closely affiliated with the FBI’s AZ InfraGard Program. ACTRA’s focus is to enable its private and public sector member organizations to respond to the escalating national cyber threat, and to leverage InfraGard’s vast private sector volunteer membership as a force multiplier in protecting our nation’s critical infrastructure and national security.


Mr. Grimmelmann serves as the Co-Chair (together with Arizona’s Chief Information Security Officer) for the Arizona Cybersecurity Team (‘ACT’), created through the Governor’s Executive Order signed 3/1/18. He also serves as a Member of the National Leadership Group for the Information Sharing & Analysis Organization Standards Organization (‘ISAO SO’) at the University of Texas San Antonio (UTSA), created under the President’s Executive Order 13691. As the leader of ACTRA, Mr. Grimmelmann represents the private sector in the Arizona Counterterrorism Information Center (ACTIC) and serves as the first private sector representative on its Executive Board. He also acts as the private sector liaison to the FBI Cyber Squad and the FBI’s Arizona InfraGard Program. Mr. Grimmelmann served four terms as AZ InfraGard’s President, is presently on numerouis academic advisory boards, and chairs the Greater Phoenix Chamber's Cybersecurity Workforce Collaboration Effort. He is also a Phoenix Rotary 100 Member, and actively volunteers his time with several charitable organizations.


Entree Options
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  • Ruby Trout - Lemon Caper Buerre Blanc, Mediterranean Tomato Relish, Roasted Cauliflower & Brussel Sprouts, Herbed Mashed Potato
  • NY Strip - Caramelized Honey Burgundy Demi, Confit Tomato, Grilled Asparagus, Goat Cheese Potato Gratin
  • Eggplant Rollatini - Grilled Eggplant stuffed with Goat Cheese Pesto, Pomodoro Sauce


Pre-paid reservations are requested by 4 pm on 2/14/19 to provide our venue with a guarantee. 
Cancellations will be accepted until this time, with credit applied toward a future FEAT event. Late reservations will be accepted online until 4 pm on 2/19/18 with no option for cancellation or credit. Thank you.

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Tickets

$50.00 Member Reservation

$60.00 Non-Member Registration