Scott is a founding partner of technology consulting firm Future Point of View. Scott regularly advises C-suite executives inside some of the nation’s most recognizable organizations. Through Future Point of View, he works with organizations of different sizes and industries to assess and improve their digital maturity.
Scott has developed the innovative concept of HUMALOGY®, the blending of technology and humanity. Humalogy provides a framework on how leaders can best balance technology and human effort to make processes more efficient and effective.
A widely sought after speaker, Scott speaks to audiences around the world on a range of topics including cybersecurity, leadership, data intelligence, trendspotting, digital marketing, and finding the Humalogy balance. He has developed a reputation for delivering informative, thought-provoking, and entertaining presentations.
For much of his career, Scott has been devoted to helping organizations protect their digital assets and pilot what is becoming an increasingly critical area for the health and survival of all: cybersecurity. He is co-owner of TriCorps Cybersecurity which provides a host of cybersecurity services including internal and external assessments, vulnerability testing, forensics, remediation, and team member training. He has spoken at the FBI’s Cyber Warfare Conference and the Federal Government for Financial Accountants. He is driven to ensure that all organizations can effectively protect themselves from cyberattack.
Additional Noteworthy Accomplishments
- Scott’s journey to becoming a leading voice in the field of technology began fresh out of high school, where his job as a delivery boy was a springboard into the world of technology. He became division head of a computer sales division and then purchased it as his own company. It was eventually built into a twelve-store operation in three states.
- Scott was a founder and CEO of webcasts.com, an early producer of webcasted media ranging from corporate and government communications to sporting events and entertainment. He sold webcasts.com in 1999 for $115 million. His expertise in leadership and his creative approach to business direction inspired Critical Technologies to hire him as a turnaround CEO, where he completely rebuilt the underlying products and brought the company to profitability.
- His next endeavor was as founder and CEO of Paragraph, Inc., a Soviet/American joint venture founded in 1988, despite international tensions. Half of the company was sold to Silicon Graphics, and the other half is still expanding today (Parascript, Inc.).
- Scott also collaborated with H.R. Haldeman to publish a diary of his years as an aide to President Nixon, which became a bestseller (Putnam Publishing), and involved Sony Interactive in the release of a book companion CD-ROM.