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Critical Infrastructure Working Group

The Critical Infrastructure Working Group (CIWG) provides a specialized resource to ASIS members who serve the United States 14 critical infrastructures and 4 key assets as defined by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The CIWG is a viable link to both private and public sector entities associated with issues relevant to critical infrastructure protection, disaster resilience, and continuity of operations. Members are ASIS volunteers who are generally nominated to serve this working group from the existing councils. As such, the CIWG is a common mechanism for inter-council cooperation in protecting the vital interests of our nation through information sharing, educational programs, and resources. 

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Chair
Mr Scott Breor
Mr Scott Breor
UNITED STATES
  • Colleagues: 0
Co Vice Chair
Mr Mark G Wygonik, CPP, PSP
Mr Mark G Wygonik, CPP, PSP
UNITED STATES
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Co Vice Chair
Mr Michael D Wylie, CPP, PCI
Mr Michael D Wylie, CPP, PCI
UNITED STATES
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Council Vice President
Mr Christopher J DiMartino, CPP, PCI
Mr Christopher J DiMartino, CPP, PCI
UNITED STATES
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Participant
Mr Robert D Achenbach
Mr Robert D Achenbach
UNITED STATES
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Mr John J Albanese, CPP
Mr John J Albanese, CPP
UNITED STATES
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Mr Gregory C Allen, Sr
Mr Gregory C Allen, Sr
UNITED STATES
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Ms Deborah L Allen, CPP
Ms Deborah L Allen, CPP
UNITED STATES
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Mr Jason P Bashura
Mr Jason P Bashura
UNITED STATES
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Mr Jeffrey Beck
Mr Jeffrey Beck
UNITED STATES
  • Colleagues: 0