As a Co-Founder, Jason Shropshire provides technical leadership in cyber security as Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President at InfusionPoints. Mr. Shropshire leads security initiatives for InfusionPoints’ clients, specifically focusing on the development, deployment and operations of security programs and infrastructure in complex commercial organizations, government agencies and non-governmental organizations. His experience includes serving as Information Systems Security Officer for the Dell Cloud for US Government / NTT DATA Cloud For Government, as Security Architect for Lowe’s Companies, and in program support roles for Dell Services Federal Government, HPE, Army, Department of the Treasury, The World Bank Group and PepsiCo.
Mr. Shropshire’s expertise spans the full life-cycle of Information Security programs including planning, architecture, design, development, testing, deployment and transition to operations. Mr. Shropshire also serves as a team leader, providing project management support for the large-scale system integrations, by leveraging his broad set of professional experiences across IT and information security disciplines derived from over 12 years of industry experience. With an industry background that broadly spans the IT domain, he provides the breadth necessary to lead complex Information Security programs.
With over 12 years of information technology and consulting experience across manufacturing, retail and government industries, Mr. Shropshire dedicates himself to an information security philosophy of continuous improvement through risk identification and prioritization, the definition of the controls required to reduce risk, and the evaluation of control execution to assure effectiveness.
Mr. Shropshire holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and holds US Patent, 6756049.
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