Aireagóir today formally announced that Mary Pat Stritof, has become the latest addition to its advisory board. Joining some of the leading executives in Information Security and Services.
"We are pleased to formally welcome Mary Pat to our advisory board," said CEO & President Grady R Johnston. "With vast corporate experience within the security & compliance space, Aireagóir will significantly benefit from her strong global, senior leadership perspective."
Mary Pat brings more than 30 years of technology leadership experience with well-known international brands, driving value through the strategic use of technology to support and enhance business processes. Stritof is a CIO, technology advisor and consultant, where she provides IT program management oversight and merger integration services for non-profitd, and companies like Advanced Disposal and True Value.
"Aireagóir has organically built a market-leading position in offering Virtual Data Center as a Service, along with strong Managed Services. It’s an exciting time for the company as they near the stage where they can see a case for raising investment capital," said Mary Pat. "I look forward to bringing my corporate expertise to the board and being part of the continual, rapid growth of Aireagóir."
Mary Pat Stritof joins existing board members Ken Foster, Chris Koc, Bob Davis, and Jeff Radin.. Ken is currently Head of Global Cyber Risk Governance at Fiserv with more than 20 years of experience in the field focusing on security, risk, and platform architecture. Over the course of his career, Ken was previously CISO and held other essential positions at several companies in the Atlanta area as well as for the US government including being forward deployed in Afghanistan with the US intelligence community. Christopher Koc is currently with New York Life and is a technologist who has spent nearly 30 years partnering with businesses to develop, deploy, and maintain information technology and security systems in support of multibillion-dollar Fortune 50 enterprises, to dot-com startups, to defense organizations. Jeffrey Radin is the Chief Information Security Officer at Akoya Biosciences, providing Information Technology leadership throughout the entire organization.
"We are very fortunate to have such a high level of experience within our advisory board, ready to help strengthen our strategic positioning as we continue to support the delivery of a secure cloud service with our innovative technology," said Grady R Johnston. "We are very excited to continue our growth journey and for the future direction of Aireagóir."
Aireagóir helps clients maximize the power of the cloud to drive agility and innovations for their hybrid IT estate. The organization aims to meet clients wherever they are in their technology and cloud journey, supporting them in achieving their business, and their digital transformation goals, including ease of migration and maximizing security.
Aireagóir is headquartered in the Las Vegas, NV with additional sites across the US. Find out more at www.Aireagóir.com