SMC Louisville Chapter – Topic: Threats to Kentucky’s Critical Infrastructure and the Importance of Reporting Suspicious Activity
August 21 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm$20
Topic: Threats to Kentucky’s Critical Infrastructure and the Importance of Reporting Suspicious Activity
- Attendees will be briefed about the role of fusion centers;
- How to report suspicious activity;
- How they can serve as a liaison for information and intelligence sharing.
Presenter: Kayla Matola, Kentucky Office of Homeland Security
Kayla Matola is the Critical Infrastructure and Special Events Analyst at the Kentucky Intelligence Fusion Center. She is responsible for gathering, analyzing and disseminating information and intelligence that relates to critical infrastructure in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, which involves frequent collaboration with private sector owners and operators. Previously, Kayla worked as a research analyst for the Department of Defense and has received her B.S. in Homeland Security from Eastern Kentucky University and her M.D. in Defense and Strategic Studies.