Clark Hill Names Eric Rouseau Chief Information Officer and Chief Security Officer
Clark Hill announced today that it has named Eric Rouseau to be its new Chief Information Officer and Chief Security Officer.
Rouseau was previously Clark Hill’s Senior Director of Information Security since January 2021 and has been with the firm since early 2015.
“We’re thrilled to promote Eric to Chief Information Officer and Chief Security Officer,” said Clark Hill CEO John Hensien. “He’s been an integral part of our information security and technology teams over the past eight years, and we have tremendous confidence in his ability to lead these growing areas of our firm.”
Rouseau started his Clark Hill career as the Manager of Applications and Projects. From there, he’s been promoted to IT Infrastructure and Security Director, followed by Director of Information Security.
“It’s an honor to be given the responsibility of leading our team of technology professionals,” Rouseau said. “I look forward to working with my fellow firm leaders on continuing to advance our technology, information security, and data privacy capabilities.”
Over the past three years, Rouseau has helped manage Clark Hill’s transition to a hybrid work environment that has increasingly relied on technology enhancements to ensure attorneys and staff members can securely work remotely.
“Eric has shown great leadership ability while enabling our firm to move in a much more mobile direction,” said Clark Hill COO Phil Ross. “I’m eager to continue working with Eric on projects that will improve security for our employees and clients.”
Rouseau graduated from Wayne State University with a bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems.
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