Eric Trapp is vice president of security and technology, and chief security officer, for Sempra.
Trapp is responsible for the oversight of Sempra’s physical security and cybersecurity, as well as information technology for Sempra’s infrastructure business.
Trapp joined Sempra in 2017 as director and chief information security officer.
Prior to Sempra, Trapp was an executive director at Ernst & Young, with a focus on cybersecurity in the power and utilities sector. Before joining Ernst & Young, he was a managing director and partner at Accenture, overseeing the technology consulting team for the North America resources operating group (utilities, chemicals and natural resources).
Previously, Trapp was a director of information technology at Southern California Edison.
He also serves as Sempra’s representative on the FBI Domestic Security Alliance Council and is on the board of directors for Identity Theft Resource Center.
Trapp is a veteran, having served as a SEAL in the U.S. Navy and U.S. Navy Reserve.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from National University.