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Cybersecurity is rapidly becoming a top priority for critical infrastructure providers. The question is how to address cybersecurity risk in a way that provides the trust needed in this digital age.

Clinton M. Firth

EY Global Cybersecurity Lead, Energy

An experienced cybersecurity consulting executive. Manages security operations, threat intelligence and solution design. Has diverse experience working with commercial, government and defense clients.

Clinton is the EY Global Cybersecurity Lead for Energy, leading a passionate team of industry specialists to address some of the most complex trust problems of our time.

He is a thought leader and regularly presents at conferences, providing valuable insights on trust in the digital age with a real focus on Energy and critical national infrastructure.

Prior to joining EY, Clinton held various executive-level positions in cybersecurity over a 10-year period, including global roles for security operations and consulting. Latterly, he took on the role as General Manager for Cybersecurity, covering Australia and New Zealand.

Clinton started his career in the Australian Defence Force, covering various roles in Australia and overseas. This helped shape his experience in leading-edge practices around security and cybersecurity, as well as threat intelligence.

How Clinton is building a better working world

“Digital offers immense benefits to the human race, but it must treated with great care. I am passionate about building a safer working world by developing a trusted digital ecosystem. I strive to bring about change from governments, organizations and individuals alike to enable a future built on digital trust.”

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