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Rick Scot, September 2021

 Rick Scot

 Rick Scot 

Vice President, Cyber Crime Specialist, Bank of America

Rick Scot is a member of the Bank of America Global Information Security (GIS) Cyber Crime Prevention Partnerships team. He is responsible for cyber crime research and coordination, partner integration and cyber crime impacts. He represents the team on various working groups as a part of the public/private partnerships in the EU. Rick is also a Security Awareness for Everyone (SAFE) facilitator. He sits on the strategic advisory board for the New York University Cyber Fellowship and is a Mastermind mentor, and sits on the Deans Advisory Board and Cyber Symposium planning committee at University of North Carolina, Charlotte, College of Computing and Informatics, as well as a mentor. 

Prior to his role with Cyber Crime Prevention he worked on the GIS Workforce Strategy team and prior to that, he supported the Cyber Public Policy team and served as Program Manager for the Independent Assessment team, where he designed playbooks and remediation processes, along with creating a system of record and the Payment Card Industry (PCI) governance transformation. He also holds two patents and has 16 pending. Before coming to GIS in 2016, Rick spent four years as a Functional Architect within the home loans and servicing transformation, leading the data, document and imaging work. Since joining the bank in 2002 as a Senior Business Analyst, Rick has held several positions within Mortgage Technology, including supporting online operations, third party operations, internal lead management, and several data transformations including the Countrywide transition. 

Rick is on the leadership teams for the Military Support and Assistance Group Charlotte and the Black Professional Group Charlotte. He also provides educational sessions for the LGBTQ+ Employee Network. He is the recipient of the Bank of America Global Diversity & Inclusion award in 2015 and 2016. 

Rick studied Communications at the University of Southern California.