The InfraRed network is made up of organisations from all over the world. Some of the organisations work in contexts where there are very specific, important operational security concerns. Other organisations in the network are much more open about their work and have fewer security and safety concerns. As such, we don’t have anything like a public list of members on the website. But we may get there eventually.
We try to be as transparent as possible in how we work within the network, with an emphasis on building trust and and really thinking about how we work together. The network is very careful about what is published publicly, though.
We are a friendly bunch, so you can write to the email address that Ed mentions above if you want more info. The first step towards joining the network would be to join the InfraRed mailing list. If you’re interested in subscribing to the list, let me know and I can add you, or write to email@example.com.