Managing Director, Lead – Accenture Security Global Incident Response
Justin leads the FusionX Global Incident Response practice for Accenture’s Security business. With more than 20 years of information security experience and technical knowledge, he is a trusted cyber threat security advisor to executives and government leaders at some of the world’s largest commercial and government organizations.
In his current role, Justin acts as a security thought leader, a strategic advisor on cyberespionage, cyberwar and cybercrime to our global client base, and serves as executive sponsor for research initiatives within Accenture Security. Prior to joining Accenture, Justin was the CTO of Fidelis Cybersecurity after spending time as the vice president and CTO of Global Solutions at FireEye. His previous roles include leadership positions at HP Enterprise Security, CPSG Partners Consulting, GTE Internetworking (now Verizon), DIGEX, Sun Microsystems, Excite@Home and other organizations.
Justin regularly speaks at industry conferences. As a sought-after expert on data breaches, cyberespionage and cybercrime, Justin provides commentary to top-tier online, print and broadcast media, including ABC News, BBC News, Newsweek, The Guardian, Politico, eWeek, CSO, Financial Times, The New York Times, US News & World Report, Federal Computer Week, Reuters and the Associated Press. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and has received the advanced SCADA Red Team/Blue Team Training for critical infrastructure threats, attacks and response from the US Department of Homeland Security.
In 2015, Justin testified before the United States Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology and the Law on the topic of data brokerage firms and consumer data security.
In his free time, Justin is associated with the non-profit Habitat for Humanity. He is passionate about movies and television shows. Justin also likes spending time with his family, barbeques, reading and travelling. His mantra in life is, “The only easy day was yesterday."