In this virtual fireside chat, Infinite Blue CEO Frank Shultz will talk with Jason Veiock, a former federal agent and leader at one of the nation’s most recognizable hosting companies, about why corporate America needs to break down silos and take a more holistic approach to resilience.
About Jason Veiock.
Jason Veiock is a former federal agent and leader at one of the nation’s most recognizable hosting companies. In his role, he is focused on ensuring a safe, productive, and resilient environment to enable employees and power the business. Previously, Jason served seventeen years in various roles with the U.S. government including as an Air Force Space Operations Officer and as Special Agent with both Diplomatic Security and Homeland Security Investigations. Additionally, he holds a Master of Public Administration from the University of Colorado at Denver and Graduate Certificates in Homeland Security (Texas A&M) and Cyber Security Management (University of Maryland).
About Frank Shultz.
Frank Shultz founded Infinite Blue in 2012 with a distinctly different vision for enterprise business continuity and disaster recovery. At a time when BC/DR was a manual process designed to meet audit requirements, Frank envisioned something automated, integrated, predictive, and, in a crisis, actionable.
Before launching Infinite Blue, Frank held senior strategy and technology positions at Strohl Systems, a business continuity vendor, and GHR Systems, a lending automation software company. He is a frequent speaker on the enterprise risk and future of emergency management and a contributor to a variety of industry publications.
In his free time, Frank coaches incoming college students through Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation and mentors entrepreneurs who are starting or scaling businesses through PACT’s Mentor Connect. A graduate of Syracuse University, Frank lives in Pennsylvania with his wife and two daughters.
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