Clint Kreitner

Sr. Vice President of Critical Controls

After serving in the U.S. Navy as Director of Computer-Aided Ship Design at the Bureau of Ships and Design Superintendent at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, Mr. Kreitner has served as President and CEO of two information technology companies, Response of Hawaii, Inc. and American Information Systems, Inc. (1971-89), a number of hospitals (1989-2000), and The Center for Internet Security (2000-2008).

From 1989-2000, he was President and CEO of the Reading Rehabilitation Hospital and President/CEO of the Southeastern Region of the Adventist Health System, with responsibility for seven acute care hospitals in four states. He was a Board Member of the parent company and Chairman of the Board of several of the hospitals.

Mr. Kreitner is the Founding President and CEO of The Center for Internet Security, serving in that capacity from 2000-2008. From 2008-2010 he served as Strategic Advisor to the CEO. He earned an undergraduate degree from the U.S. Naval Academy and graduate degrees from Webb Institute and American University.