Jack Orlove, President and DVBE
Orlove has spent over 22 years in IT security and
13 years in Disaster Recovery. He was certified as
a CBCP in 2001 and has built or audited over 100
plans. Jack is currently an Adjunct Professor
teaching Security at the Master's Degree level,
teaching Disaster Recovery for DRI International
(the certifying body for CBCPs), and also teaching
security for ISC2.
He was the Information Security Officer
for MAXIMUS Inc. for over five years, responsible
for business recovery and Information Security.
Jack has consulted on major initiatives for the
State of California including: the HIPAA Security
Implementation Project Manager for the State,
Disaster Recovery Expert and Datacenter Architect
for many public and private major initiatives for
over 13 years. Prior to Cyber Communication, Jack
held roles in application development, networking
architecture and datacenter design.
Jack worked with the U.S. State Department in Africa
and the Middle East, the Department of Defense in
Europe and Latin America, and supported General
Schwarzkopf in Operation Desert Storm. Jack Orlove
has received many accolades from multiple Federal
and State agencies during his time with the military
and in civilian life to include the U.S. Central
Command Accommodation Award for services provided in
Kuwait and his outstanding service with the 470th
Military Intelligence Brigade in Panama.
Ingela Orlove, Vice President
Ingela Orlove has over 15 years of experience in
disaster recovery and business
continuity planning. Her experience includes
completing risk and gap analysis reports, business
impact assessments, business continuity plans, and
disaster recovery plans
for customers ranging from corporate leaders to
state and county agencies where
has been involved in multiple high-impact business
continuity and IT disaster recovery solutions and
has participated in numerous tests for financial,
healthcare, and other organizations.
Judy Bell, Founder of DSPN and Executive
Judy Bell, DSPN's founder, is a Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) through the International Association of Emergency Managers. Her practical experience stems from 1987 when as a Division Manager for Pacific Bell, she coordinated the overall restoration of the Pacific Bell public telephone network after the Whittier earthquake. Since then, she has participated with industry associations at national and international levels, and, in 1991, authored the first book on business continuity for the private sector, Disaster Survival Planning: A Practical Guide for Businesses.