Frank J. Grimmelmann is President & CEO/Intelligence Liaison Officer for the non‐profit Arizona Cyber Threat Response Alliance ("ACTRA"), independent of but closely affiliated with the FBI's AZ Infragard Program. In this capacity, Mr. Grimmelmann represents the private sector in the Arizona Counterterrorism Information Center ("ACTIC"), and is the first private sector representative on its Executive Board.
ACTRA’s Members include both public and private sector organizations. He also serves as the private sector cyber intelligence liaison to the FBI, the ACTIC, and the FBI's Arizona Infragard Program. ACTRA's focus is to enable private/public sector Member Organizations to empower themselves to respond to the escalating national cyber threat, and to leverage Infragard's vast private sector volunteer membership as a force multiplier in protecting our Nation's critical infrastructure and National Security interests.
Mr. Grimmelmann was recently appointed as the National Co-Chair for the recently formed Information Sharing & Analysis Organization Standards Organization’s (‘ISAO SO’) ‘ISAO Creation Workgroup’, created under the President’s Executive Order 13691. He also serves on ASU’s Center for Emergency Management & Homeland Security Advisory Board, on the Estrella Mountain Community College Cybersecurity Advisory Committee, on Grand Canyon University’s President’s STEM Advisory Board, on the Arizona Technology Council Cybersecurity Committee, on the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce’s Advanced Business and Finance Council, and as a Phoenix Rotary 100 Member.