Dan Frazen

  • Agriculture Emergency Coordinator
  • Colorado Department of Agriculture, USA

Dan Frazen is the Agriculture Emergency Coordinator for the Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA).  He leads the emergency management and critical infrastructure protection programs for all eight (8) divisions of the CDA.  Mr. Frazen is also the primary for Emergency Support Function (ESF) 11 – Agriculture and Natural Resources for the State of Colorado, and makes contributions to the state’s integrated preparedness plan, hazard mitigation plan, and homeland security strategy.  He is a Threat Liaison Officer (TLO) working closely with the infrastructure team at the Colorado Information Analysis Center (CIAC), and he leads the AgSecure Working Group meetings for Colorado, which include state and federal partners from eight (8) states in the region.  Mr. Frazen has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and a Master of Science degree in Emergency Services Management.  He is a proud graduate of FEMA’s National Emergency Management Advanced Academy (NEMAA).  Prior to emergency management, Mr. Frazen served as a law enforcement officer in three (3) western states, working at the local, state, and federal levels.

Sessions

  • Critical Industries Sector Symposium

    Critical Industries security practices are frequently integrated across industry (especially with increasingly converging physical and cyber technologies), they can be organized into four major categories: physical, cyber, personnel, and supply chain. Combining manufacturing, or other key processes, with the need for resilient logistical operations, including in IT/OT and SCADA systems, in order to ensure reliable […]