Success Story: Chasity Wright
Chasity Wright is the founder and CEO of Infiltron, a company whose software prevents catastrophic cyber-events and security breaches before they even happen. Chasity enlisted in the USAF in 2002. As an Air Force engineer serving with her squadron in Iraq, Chasity had to respond to a cyber attack against her unit’s communication systems, during which hackers launched different types of attacks against the same system, but all at once. That experience was part of the genesis behind her startup Infiltron.
Chasity is recognized by Black Enterprise Magazine as a 2018 TCX Fellow, a 2020 Ada Lovelace Nominee, and a member of the inaugural class for the 2020 Google For Startups Atlanta Founders Academy and the 2020 NASDAQ Mentorship Circle for Black Founders & Entrepreneurs. Chasity has also helped co-created legislation for funding of STEM organizations in Georgia for densely populated areas of people of color.
Chasity has had a long history with VetsInTech. She has participated in many of our VetsinTech programs and networking events, and has spoken at our panels in the past. The VIT team also helped with pitch review and pitch practice for Infiltron and assisted in making investor introductions. We are honored to be a part of success story journey.