Our community of Security Professionals is larger than ever! See below the professional organizations in and around the Kansas City area and check out who they are and what they do, about the domains they specialize in, what certifications are offered, and their importance to Security Management.
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The Law Enforcement Magazine
POLICE Magazine is dedicated to providing law enforcement officers of all ranks with information that will help them do their jobs more efficiently, professionally, and most importantly -- SAFELY. Each issue of POLICE includes columns written by current and retired police, firearms, and legal experts, as well as topical issue-oriented features produced by leading law enforcement journalists.
The Kansas City Metropolitan Crime Commission
A non-profit citizen's organization that benefits everyone in the metropolitan area, not just Kansas City. Our Board of Directors consists of volunteer business and civic leaders from the Kansas City metropolitan area with a common goal of fighting crime. Without the dedication of our board members and financial support from the community our programs would not exist.
OUR SECURITY PARTNERS
A partnership between the FBI and members of the private sector. The InfraGard program provides public-private collaboration with government agencies that expedites the timely exchange of information and promotes mutual learning opportunities. This organization is dedicated to contributing industry specific insight and advancing national security.
Local Chapter: Kansas City InfraGard
This global network offers 10,000 colleagues worldwide to with the purpose to support you in managing technology risk and protecting critical information and infrastructure. Enhance your professional stature, expand your peer network, and achieve your personal career goals with ISSA.
Local Chapter: KC ISSA.
Is a talented global community of IS/IT audit, assurance, security, cyber security, risk, and governance professionals. This independent, nonprofit, global association, engages in the development, adoption, and use of globally accepted, industry-leading knowledge and practices for information systems.
Local Chapter: KC ISACA.
The IAFCI, a non-profit international organization, provides services and an environment within which information about financial fraud, fraud investigation, and fraud prevention methods can be collected, exchanged and taught for the common good of the financial payment industry and our global society.
An international, nonprofit membership association for information security leaders. We’re committed to helping our members learn, grow and thrive. More than 138,000 certified members strong, we empower professionals who touch every aspect of information security.
Local Chapter: KC ISC2.
A non-profit, professional security society offering unparalleled opportunities for learning, networking, and professional development at the local and national levels. For over 50 years, NCMS has provided building blocks in the development of security professionals through in-depth training, mentoring, and certification; as well as offering industry a voice at the national security policy level.
Local Chapter: Greater KC NCMS.
Women in Security - Kansas City has a mission to provide a focus for women in Information Security through peer mentoring, workshops, and networking opportunities. The vision for Women in Security, Kansas City, is to inspire and support women at all career levels in Information Security.