CohnReznick, a New York City-based accounting firm that has two offices in New Jersey, announced that Scott Corzine, managing director, and Stephen Gilmer, director, have joined the firm’s rapidly expanding Cybersecurity, Technology Risk and Privacy practice.
Corzine and Gilmer bring extensive cyber and risk management experience to CohnReznick as C-suite executives and cybersecurity advisers serving multiple industries, including financial services, state and local government, government contracting, technology and manufacturing. They have worked for both the management teams and boards of directors of organizations focused on cybersecurity risk, compliance and operational impact.
Based in the Washington, D.C., area, Corzine brings to CohnReznick more than 20 years of experience in enterprise-scale operational risk and resiliency, advising startups, growth stage and large clients at the C-suite and board levels. He helps public company boards fulfill their fiduciary duty of care around cybersecurity risk awareness, governance and management.
Gilmer is based in the Midwest and is a global information technology transformation leader and experienced chief information security officer for multinational, complex and diversified organizations. With more than 30 years of experience in IT strategic planning, including managing IT talent and culture, he has led large global programs, advised clients and boards on how to improve their security postures, and partnered with clients to form their business cybersecurity strategies.
“As we continually develop innovative ways to provide our clients with best-in-class cybersecurity and IT risk management services and solutions, we are very excited to have both Scott and Steve join our practice,” Bhavesh Vadhani, global leader of CohnReznick’s Cybersecurity, Technology Risk and Privacy Practice, stated. “Adding two senior leaders with strong industry knowledge to our team’s already deep bench strength enhances our practice’s ability to help clients with their security, technology risk and privacy programs. This is especially crucial given the rising tide of regulatory requirements and enforcement actions, heightened business and financial risks, and expanded threat landscape due to the increased reliance on digital connectivity.”