Scott Freinberg

Overview

Scott Freinberg is a Director in Clearview’s Advisory Practice, with a focus on Business Transformation, Business Technology Implementations, and Risk Advisory.

Scott has nearly 20 years experience and began his career in the Risk Advisory space, helping clients to address Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), Internal Audit, IT Audit and Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) needs. He assisted dozens of clients to build their initial SOX programs and optimize existing programs, resulting in efficient efficient and scalable solutions to address compliance requirements.

At Clearview, Scott has continued to service clients in the Risk Advisory space and also assisted clients to transform and automate their compliance and reporting processes through technology. Specifically, Scott has worked closely with Workiva to help clients implement and optimize use of Workiva’s platform to address SOX, Internal Audit, and ERM requirements. Scott has also worked with clients to automate and transform complex, time-consuming and high-risk business processes leveraging Workiva’s solutions.

Education

Scott is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Towson University with a B.S. in Accounting and a Certified Public Accountant. In 2005, he was named as one of Maryland’s Top CPAs by Smart CEO Magazine. He is also a Certified Information Systems Auditor, and former President and current Board Member of the NOVA Chapter of the IIA.

Scott's Latest Insights

August 14th 2018

The Benefits of Leveraging Technology in Your SOX Program

Risk Advisory

Our clients who manage SOX through an automated platform, coupled with an optimized control environment, have realized eye-opening time savings in executing their SOX programs.

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Scott Freinberg, Director
January 15th 2018

The Data Analytics Dilemma – How Do I Get Started?

Data Analytics | Risk Advisory

As organizations become increasingly data dependent, and advances in technology such as Blockchain continue to make data more readily available there is an increasing interest in figuring out how to access and utilize this data effectively in internal audit.

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Scott Freinberg, Director