Areas of Expertise
- Business Continuity
- Crisis Management
- Cybersecurity Risk & Compliance
- Due Diligence
- Emergency/Crisis Management
- Enterprise Risk Management
- Interim Management
- Regulatory Consulting
- Financial Services
- Principal Investigator for two airport resiliency projects for the Transportation Research Board of The National Academies.
- CMMC and DFARS compliance leader for multinational trading company.
- Developed COVID Back to Work plan and policy for Fortune 500 insurance company.
- Led cybersecurity and disaster recovery assessment and executive tabletop exercise for Fortune 500 financial services company.
- BS University of North Carolina
- MBA Pace University
- 40 Years of Relevant Experience
Corzine is a Senior Managing Director who comes to the firm with extensive experience in providing operational risk and resilience services, strategies and management frameworks to a broad portfolio of private, public and education sector clients.
Scott is considered a trusted advisor to officers and board committees with oversight and fiduciary responsibilities for their organizations' regulatory compliance, cybersecurity and crisis preparedness organization, governance and strategy. His consulting is often performed as work product directed by legal counsel under privilege.
Clients engage Scott and his team to help them develop systems and strategies to address the disruption and crisis risk their organizations face as a sustained operating condition and a threat to executing their strategies and achieving their goals.
Scott has led large teams of information security and data governance experts in assessing gaps in the cybersecurity programs of global telecommunications companies, defense contractors and Fortune 500 and mid-market companies in numerous industry sectors. These teams conducting expert risk and gap assessments, help defense contractors meet DFARS and CMMC requirements, develop effective compliance strategies and remediation roadmaps through continuous process improvement, and guide implementation of clients' cybersecurity programs. Services include identifying and embedding high functioning candidates for the role of Chief Information Security Officer and advising on program governance.
In other industries, he has led teams that have performed HIPAA Security and Privacy Rule assessments and gap analyses, provided compliance roadmaps, and validated remediation efforts for leading clinical and teaching healthcare facilities, electronic patient record providers, consulting and law firms. His teams have conducted readiness assessments for clients facing audits from the Office of Civil Rights of the Department of Health and Human Services and examined the security and fraud controls used by global retailers and ecommerce companies, comparing them to industry best practices.
Scott has provided advisory services for leading credit rating agencies around the cybersecurity threat to "backbone" systems of elements of critical national infrastructure, and how system compromise could cascade through member institutions and create widespread impact. His specialized teams have been asked by utilities and transportation authorities and airports to conduct cybersecurity risk assessments of their industrial control systems (ICS), business continuity programs, and approach to enterprise risk management.
In the federal government sector, Scott has been Principal Investigator on two research teams engaged by the Airport Cooperative Research Program of the Transportation Research Board of The National Academy of Sciences, and by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The ACRP teams studied and reported on resilience issues in the US airport sector and developed custom software products to assist airports in developing their business continuity and emergency management plans. For FEMA, Scott led a team that developed continuity of operations planning curricula and facilitated business recovery workshops in FEMA Regions I, II and III, and for New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services.
In the education sector, he has led teams that have been engaged by numerous universities, colleges and large public school systems to review their safety, security and emergency management programs, staffing and training, develop effective new crisis management plans, provide training and tabletop exercises, and build continuity of operation plans. After the Newtown school massacre in 2012, he provided expert testimony on school violence to the Joint School Safety Subcommittee of the School Safety Task Force of the Connecticut Legislature and the Higher Education & Employment Advancement Committee.
Over his 40-year career, he has been senior managing director at Ankura Consulting Group, managing director at FTI Consulting, senior vice president and co-founder of Risk Solutions International; president and chief executive officer of Design2Launch Inc.; and principal of Strategic Alternatives LLC, a consultancy with engagements in wireless and online services, network optimization, storage technology, gaming, and voice authentication biometrics.
Scott led the services division of InteliData Technologies Corporation and was vice president of sales and marketing for the music division of Broadcast Data Systems. At Prodigy Services, he headed the merchandise division that pioneered online applications for over 65 major retailers, catalogs, and direct marketing companies. He was vice president at CUC International, developing new channels of revenue for banks and credit card companies, and before that, he began his career in the apparel fabrics and fashion division at WestPoint Pepperell.
Scott received his BS in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina and his MBA in International Marketing at Pace University.