Scott Mattila has worked in the information technology and healthcare sector for over 14 years. In that time, he has helped several integrated healthcare organizations meet their strategic goals. This includes the development of sustainable programs to continue to meet their compliance, regulatory, security and IT objectives, while reducing risks to the organization. For the last 3 years, Scott also serves as an adjunct professor and sits on the Dean’s advisory board member at Duquesne University’s Rangos School of Health Sciences.
In his career, he has led organizations to achieve their HITRUST CSF Certifications in and outside the continental United States and SOC2 + HITRUST CSF. Scott has also supported organizations in conducting the NIST CSF assessments as a third-party assessor, self-assessor, and strategic executive advisor. The key objectives in these programs included an actionable road map for continued growth through the effective management of teams, controls, and risk posture.