The return to office increases demand for executive protection

Matthew Peters / Cody Shultz August 26, 2022
As employees return to the office and business travel increases, security professionals must prepare for higher threat levels targeting executives. Matt Peters and Cody Shultz outline the critical components of a robust security program in this article for Security Magazine.
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Matthew Peters

Vice President, Protective Services

Matt Peters is an accomplished security management professional with extensive experience in both the public and private sectors.  In his role at Guidepost, he works closely with ultra-high net worth individuals and enterprise clients to develop risk mitigation and security strategies. Matt’s law enforcement career culminated with a 5 year assignment to the prestigious FBI/NYPD Joint Terrorism Task Force in New York City. He directed a group of over 125 senior investigators handling critical threats, terrorism financing and cybersecurity on an international basis.  Other assignments within the NYPD involved significant time spent within the narcotics division and various special operations teams.

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Cody Shultz

Senior Director

Cody Shultz serves as a director of investigations and private client protection for Guidepost Solutions and is based in the D.C. office. Having served with the Central Intelligence Agency, he is now sought out as an expert on reputation and identity management for ultra-high net worth clients and family offices. He holds a Professional Certified Investigator certification through ASIS International and is a Certified Cryptocurrency Investigator.