Asterisk appoints Clinton Carpene as Information Security Consultant


asterisk-logoAsterisk Information Security is pleased to announce the appointment of Clinton Carpene to the role of Security Consultant. Clinton joins the Asterisk security testing team, providing penetration testing and vulnerability assessment services.

Clinton previously held the role of Security Researcher at the Edith Cowan University Security Research Institute. He has a Doctorate in Philosophy (Ph.D.) and is one of the founders and coordinators of Western Australia’s annual hacking conference WAHCKon.

Clinton Carpene profile pic - Asterisk Information Security“We are excited to have Clinton join our growing company and his appointment will strengthen our security testing team of consultants,” said David Taylor, Principal Security Consultant at Asterisk.

Based in Perth, Asterisk provide information security advice, services and infrastructure to its customers across Australia. Since establishing in 2011, Asterisk has grown to a team of 15 technology professionals focused solely on information security. Their experience ranges from assisting small and medium businesses to larger enterprises covering sectors such as government, mining and resources, critical infrastructure and commercial.